Signed as a free agent on February 18, 2012
2012: Started 15 games after signing as a free agent with the Tiger-Cats on February 18…spent the first three games of the season on the injury list…recorded 36 defensive tackles and was tied for the team lead in quarterback sacks with six…also had one fumble forced, two fumble recoveries and two pass knockdowns in his first season with the Tiger-Cats…made first Ticats appearance at Saskatchewan on July 28…scored first defensive touchdown on a one yard fumble recovery against Winnipeg on October 27.
2011: Played in 12 games during his third season as an Eskimo…played both defensive end and linebacker…registered 21 defensive tackles, four special teams tackles, an interception, a tackle for a loss, a forced fumble, a fumble recovery for 13 yards and three quarterback sacks…named CFL Defensive Player of the Week in week 4 after making four tackles and two sacks against Calgary…missed six games due to injury…made six defensive tackles and two quarterback sacks in two playoff games.
2010: Played in nine games in his second season with the Eskimos…made 28 defensive tackles, two tackles for losses and four quarterback sacks…also blocked a convert…was placed on the nine-game injured list after suffering an ankle injury in the season opener.
2009: Played in 16 games during his rookie CFL season after signing with the Edmonton Eskimos in May…led the Esks with six quarterback sacks…also recorded 45 defensive tackles and three tackles for a loss…missed two games due to injury.
Played four seasons (2005-08) at Eastern Washington…set new school records for single-season quarterback sacks (18), career quarterback sacks (35.5), single-season tackles for a loss (28) and career tackles for a loss (63)…made 72 defensive tackles (35 solo), 23.5 tackles for loss, 18 sacks, one pass broken up and one fumble recovery in his senior season…his 35.5 quarterback sacks are the second most in Big Sky conference history, trailing only Jared Allen’s (Idaho State) career total of 38.5…captured the Buck Buchanan Award, presented Division I Football Championship Subdivision's top defensive player, and was named the Big Sky Conference Defensive MVP in 2008…named to the Walter Camp Football Foundation 2008 Football Championship Subdivision All-America Team and first-team All-Big Sky conference in 2008.
Born November 19, 1986 in Vancouver, Washington…played football and basketball at Evergreen High school.