For the second time this offseason a newly acquired member of the Saskatchewan Roughriders has opted to retire. Import offensive lineman Bruce Campbell has filed his retirement papers with the CFL. The 27 year old started 15 games for the Toronto Argonauts in what was his first and last year in the CFL. The Riders traded for Campbell in February sending a fourth round pick in this year’s CFL draft to Toronto. Campbell’s unexpected decision leaves Saskatchewan without a projected starting left tackle. In late April receiver Maurice Price also opted to retire rather than play for Saskatchewan this season.