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A graduate of Roosevelt High School in Honolulu, Hawaii, Chad Owens remained in his hometown for college, playing football at the University of Hawaii as a wide receiver. Owens would leave Hawaii as the program’s all-time career yardage leader, with 5461 all-purpose yards. Owens also gained 3041 yards and scored 44 touchdowns in 44 college games over 4 seasons. Drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 6th round of the 2005 NFL Draft, Owens would bounce between Jacksonville’s active and practice roster for 3 seasons, before being released for good in January of 2008. After spending the next 2 seasons with the Colorado Crush of the Arena Football League and the Montreal Aloulettes, Owens was traded to the Toronto Argonauts in 2010. Upon completing his 1st season with the Argos, Owens was named the CFL’s Most Outstanding Special Teams Player after leading the CFL in punt, kickoff and missed field goal returns and all-purpose yards. The 2012 season was a huge success for Owens, as he amassed 3863 all-purpose yards, setting a new CFL record, en-route to helping Toronto win the 2012 Grey Cup and winning the CFL Most Outstanding Player Award. Since joining the Argonauts, Owens has been a 4 time CFL All-Star. In 2015, Owens moved his family permanently from Hawaii to Canada and now resides in Mississauga.