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A slot back who started playing with the McMaster Marauders, he was drafted by the BC Lions in 1994. When he was released during training camp, he was picked up by Toronto the next season and earned a Grey Cup ring with the Argonauts in 1996. In 1997, he signed with the Hamilton Tiger Cats and had 38 catches for 488 yards with two touchdowns. In 1998, he was voted the CFL’s Outstanding Canadian as he helped the Ticats reach the Grey Cup, a feat that he would repeat in 1999 with a victory. After returning to Toronto for two seasons, he returned to the Tiger Cats.