Oscar Thomas arrived at the Provident Stadium last August after agreeing a two-year contract.
Thomas signed from London Broncos, having made 22 appearances for the club in both, the Super League and the Championship.
His choice of position is fullback.
Omari Caro joined the Bulls at the end of 2015, as he featured in the Super 8s.
Caro, born in London, has played internationally for Jamaica.
The 6' 3" winger is known for his electric pace.
Adrian Purtell is entering his fifth year as a Bradford Bull, after arriving at the Provident Stadium in 2012, and is the Bulls’ captain for 2016.
The 31-year-old enjoyed spells in the NRL with Canberra Raiders and Penrith Panthers, prior to joining the club.
Born in Albury, New South Wales, Purtell plays at centre but can provide utility cover, both on the wing and at half-back.
Centre, Kris Welham signed a two year deal with the Bulls following the 2015 season.
The 28-year-old previously served ten seasons with Super League side Hull Kingston Rovers, prior to joining the club.
Born in Hull, East Yorkshire, Welham features predominantly at centre, but can play on the wing.
The 29-year-old arrived at the Provident Stadium on loan in 2014, before signing a permanent contract with the Bulls later that year.
Williams scored a total of 25 tries last season within 26 appearances.
Born in Leeds, Williams broke through the youth system at his hometown club and has since featured for Hull FC, Castleford Tigers and Salford Red Devils.
The winger has also tried his hand in the 15-man code, having previously played for Newcastle Falcons.
Lee Gaskell arrived at the Provident Stadium ahead of the 2014 season and went on to win no less than four club awards following an impressive debut campaign with the Bulls.
Gaskell also enjoyed a successful 2015 season, having scored 20 tries in 21 appearances.
The 25-year-old boasts Super League experience, having previously represented Salford Red Devils and St Helens.
Gaskell can also operate at full-back.
Paul Clough enters the last of his two-year-deal with the club.
Clough was a regular within the side last season, having made 32 appearances in 2015.
Clough spent the 2014 season on loan at Widnes Vikings from parent club St Helens, where he broke through the youth system nine years ago.
The 28-year-old operates as a prop and was part of Saints’ treble-winning side of 2006.
Adam O’Brien made his first-team debut with the Bulls in 2011, following a series of impressive performances as part of the club’s Academy.
After spending the bulk of 2013 on loan at Dewsbury Rams, O’Brien enjoyed a breakthrough year in 2014 and last season saw him claim three awards at the End of Season ball.
O’Brien won the Players’ Player of the Year award, 1863 Members’ Player of the Year award, and the Telegraph & Argus Player of the Year award. In 2015 he made 32 appearances and scored nine tries.
The 22-year-old operates as a hooker and is one of the club’s longest-serving players.
Adam Sidlow is entering his fourth year as a Bull, after arriving at the Provident Stadium from Super League outfit Salford Red Devils in 2013.
The 28-year-old boasts Championship experience, having played in the sport’s second tier for previous clubs Workington Town and Widnes Vikings.
Wigan-born Sidlow extended his contract by a further two seasons, keeping at the club until the end of 2017.
His usual position is prop forward, but can provide cover in the second-row.
Tom Olbison is one of the longest-serving Bradford Bulls, having made his senior debut in 2009, aged 18.
The 24-year-old is a product of the club’s Academy and will be a Bull until at least the end of 2016 after penning a new two-year deal with the club in July 2014.
Garforth-born Olbison operates in the second-row.
Dale Ferguson is entering his third year as a Bull, after arriving at the Provident Stadium from Super League outfit Huddersfield Giants in 2013.
The 27-year-old boasts Super League experience, having also played for Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, as well as a loan spell at Hull Kingston Rovers.
Ferguson has also made nine international appearances for Scotland, representing them during the 2013 Rugby League World Cup.
Pontefract-born Ferguson operates in the second-row.
Danny Addy is one of the longest-serving Bradford Bulls, having made his senior debut in 2010, aged 19.
The 25-year-old is a product of the club’s Academy and will be a Bull until at least the end of 2016 and signing a new two-year-deal with the club in August 2014.
Pontefract-born Addy operates at loose-forward, but can feature within both half-back positions.
Jay Pitts is entering his third year as a Bulls player, after arriving at the Provident Stadium from Super League outfit Hull FC in 2014.
The 26-year-old boasts Super League experience, having also played for Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
Ossett-born, Pitts is a utility player, available for selection at prop forward, second-row and loose forward.
Matty Blythe put pen to paper on a two-year deal with the club in August 2014 and is entering his fourth year as a Bradford Bulls player.
The Irlam-born 27-year-old represented Warrington Wolves and Leigh Centurions prior to his move to the Provident Stadium.
Primarily a centre, Blythe can also operate on the wing, at full-back or in the second row.
Dan Fleming put pen to paper on a two-year-deal with the club in July 2014.
The 23-year-old previously represented Castleford Tigers in Super League and has also had previous Championship experience with Batley Bulldogs and Rochdale Hornets.
Halifax-born Fleming operates as a prop.
Jean-Philippe Baile is entering his second season as a Bull, having arrived at the Provident Stadium after seven seasons with Catalan Dragons.
The 28-year-old Frenchman has made 22 caps for France, having represented the French in the previous two Rugby League World Cups.
Baile’s usual choice of position is centre, though is able to provide cover at second-row.
The 25-year-old is enjoying his second spell at the club, having penned a two-year deal to complete a return to the Provident Stadium.
Prop, Crossley first burst onto the scene in Bradford colours in 2010, having graduated through the club's academy set up.
The former Clayton amateur departed in 2011, however, enjoyed stints at Dewsbury Rams and Featherstone Rovers, prior to his short stay at the Mend-A-Hose Jungle.
New signing Mitch Clark joined in November 2015 and signed a one-year contract with the club.
Like his father before him, Clark will feature for the Bulls, having previously played English rugby for Doncaster RLFC.
The 22-year-old New Zealander previously played for NRL outfit Penrith Panthers before his move to England with Doncaster RLFC.
Clark’s choice of position is a versatile front-rower.
Epalahame Lauaki arrived at the Provident Stadium from Australian giants, Manly Sea Eagles as head coach James Lowes' final addition ahead of the 2015 campaign.
The 32-year-old boasts Super League experience, having represented both Hull FC and Wigan Warriors in the sport’s top tier.
Renowned for his explosive attributes, New-Zealand born Lauaki is one of half-a-dozen front-rowers present in the 2016 roster.
James Clare put pen to paper on a two-year deal in the final week of the regular season and made his debut in the last round of the 2015 season against local rivals Halifax.
Making his Super League debut in 2012, Clare will hope to provide top tier quality to the Bulls side.
The former Castleford Tigers man boasts Super League experience, scoring 24 tries for the Yorkshire side.
The 24-year-old's preferred position is wing, but can operate at centre and full-back.
Alex Mellor made his senior debut during the 2013 season and has made 25 appearances in Bradford colours since.
The 20-year-old graduated from the club’s Academy after a series of impressive performances and last year renewed his contract by a further two seasons.
Halifax-born Mellor operates at second-row.
Lucas Walshaw stands at 6ft 5ins tall and will be a Bradford Bull until at least the end of the 2016 season, after penning a two-year deal in September 2014.
The 22-year-old is a former Wakefield Trinity Wildcat, where he emerged through the youth setup to make his senior debut aged 18.
Wakefield-born Walshaw plays either second-row, loose forward or in the centres.
Ben Kavanagh put pen to paper last December, arriving at the Provident Stadium on a two-year deal.
The 27-year-old has signed from Super League outfit Widnes Vikings, as well as experiencing a loan spell with Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, having made over 150 appearances between both teams.
Halifax-born Kavanagh choice of position is prop forward.
Vila Halafihi became a Bull prior to the start of 2015 season, arriving at the Provident Stadium from NRL giants Penrith Panthers.
The 22-year-old is a product of Leeds Rhinos' Academy, the club he departed in favour of a move down under.
Leeds-born Halafihi is one of three hookers in the 2016 roster.
Johnny Walker became a Bull after penning a one-year deal last November, arriving from Championship side Leigh Centurions.
The 24-year-old Yorkshireman has Super League experience with Hull Kingston Rovers and Castleford Tigers, as well as loan spells with Wigan Warriors, plus time at Gateshead Thunder, Doncaster RLFC, Whitehaven RLFC and London Broncos.
Walker can plays as a prop, but can also feature as at second-row.
Kurt Haggerty put pen to paper in November 2015, arriving at the Provident Stadium from Leigh Centurions on a one-year deal.
The 27-year-old brings lots of experience, as he featured for Widnes Vikings as well as two spells with Leigh Centurions, plus time at Barrow Raiders and Blackpool Panthers.
The second-row forward also featured for Ireland in the 2013 World Cup.
Ethan Ryan is a product of the Bradford Bulls Academy and signed a professional one-year deal with the club last October.
He made two appearances in the Bulls’ 2016 pre-season friendles against Leeds Rhinos and the win over Castleford Tigers.
His usual choice of position is centre.
Joe Lumb is currently a product of the Bradford Bulls Academy, after signing a professional one-year deal with the club last October.
He featured in both of the Bulls’ pre-season friendlies against Leeds Rhinos and Castleford Tigers in 2016.
He plays at hooker.
James Mendeika became a Bulls player halfway through the 2015 campaign, after putting pen to paper on a two year deal to complete a move from Featherstone Rovers.
An Irish international, Mendeika has experience in the sport’s second tier, courtesy of spells with Leigh Centurions and Swinton Lions.
The 24-year-old can play in a number of positions across the back-line, and is reunited with James Lowes, who he worked under as a Warrington Wolves Academy starlet.
Jonny Campbell became a Bull after signing a two-year deal last November to complete a move from Batley Bulldogs.
He previously spent six seasons with the Bulldogs, making over 125 appearances for the club before the move.
His usual choice of position is wing, but can feature as a utility and is able to cover at full-back and centre.
Etu Uaisele is in his second season with the Bulls, after spending a short spell on loan at Dewsbury Rams last year.
The 31-year-old joined the club in 2015 following short spells with Kingstone Press Championship outfits Featherstone Rovers and Sheffield Eagles.
Born in Tonga, Uaisele began his career down under, as a Paramatta Eel before joining Penrith Panthers.
Uaisele can operate on the wing, though offers a utility option as a centre or full-back.