The Toronto Argonauts have re-signed defensive backs Jermaine Gabriel and Alden Darby, fullback Simon Gingras-Gagnon and linebacker Terrance Plummer.

Darby and Gingras-Gagnon signed through the 2020 season while Gabriel and Plummer signed one-year deals.

Darby, 26, registered 63 tackles, two interceptions (returning one for a TD) and also scored on a fumble recovery. The five-foot-11, 195-pound American is entering his third season with Toronto after spending time in the NFL with San Diego, Pittsburgh and New Orleans.

The six-foot, 210-pound Gingras-Gagnon appeared in eight games last year, his rookie CFL campaign. Toronto selected Gingras-Gagnon in the fourth round of the 2018 CFL draft out of Laval.

Gabriel, 28, heads into his seventh season with the Argos. The Toronto native has appeared in 83 career games, registering 200 tackles, 37 special-teams tackles, five sacks and four forced fumbles.

Plummer, 25, played in just three games last year due to injury. He appeared in 17 games in 2017, recording 32 tackles and six special-teams tackles and also had a key pick-six in the East final versus Saskatchewan.