The BC Lions announced on Friday that Canadian running back Jamel Lyles and American linebacker Dyshawn Davis have re-signed with the team. Both were eligible to become free agents in February.
Lyles, 24, was selected in the eighth round of the 2019 CFL Draft. The Surrey, B.C. native played seven games after being promoted to the active roster, rushing 11 times for 86 yards. Lyles earned West Rookie of the Year honours at the University of Manitoba in 2015.
Davis, 28, returned to the Lions in 2020 after playing 35 games with the Saskatchewan Roughriders over two seasons. The Camden, New Jersey native first joined the Lions in 2016, playing in five games over the next two seasons.