The Edmonton Eskimos locked up a few players on Wednesday that will keep them in Green and Gold through 2015.
They announced contract extensions of import quarterback Matt Nichols and non-import safety Mike Miller.
Nichols was signed as a free agent in 2010, but didn't see any action until 2012 where he played in eight games, compiling 884 yards and seven touchdowns.
Last season, Nichols spent the year on the nine-game injured list and didn't play a down.
Edmonton signed Miller as a free agent in 2011. In three seasons with the club, he's racked up 54 special teams' tackles and five defensive tackles.
The 24-year-old is from Riverview, N.B.