Brandon Stewart


200 lbs


6' 1"


Defensive Back


Eastern Arizona


May 16th, 1986

Career Years:



BC Lions



Started all 18 regular season games with the Tiger-Cats after signing with the team as a free agent on February 11…led all Ticats defensive backs with 67 defensive tackles, while registering 8 special teams tackles, one tackle for a loss, two quarterback sacks, one interception returned 31 yards for a touchdown, one forced fumble, and two fumble recoveries, one of which was returned for a touchdown. Playoffs: Started in both of the Tiger-Cats playoff games, including the 102nd Grey Cup vs. Calgary…had eight defensive tackles, one special teams tackle and a pass knockdown in the playoffs


Started all 18 regular season games in his fifth season in Winnipeg…had a career-high 47 defensive tackles, 16 special teams tackles and an interception returned 19 yards.


Started 15 regular games in his fourth season with the Blue Bombers…missed two games due to injury…recorded 24 defensive tackles, eight special teams tackles, one sack, two interceptions for 19 yards, two pass knockdowns and fumble forced.


Started all 18 games in his third season with the Blue Bombers…finished the season with 31 defensive tackles, 11 special teams tackles, four interceptions for 150 yards, including one that was returned 83 yards for a touchdown, three pass knockdowns and two fumble recoveries. Playoffs: Started the Eastern Final vs. Hamilton but missed the Bombers 99th Grey Cup loss to B.C. due to injury…made three defensive tackles in the playoffs.


After an impressive training camp, Stewart became a mainstay in the Blue Bomber secondary and played in 17 games making six starts at halfback and one start at corner. He had a career-high six tackles on Jul 16/10 against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats and finished the year with 27 tackles, one fumble recovery and one interception. His best game came on Labour Day against the Saskatchewan Roughriders when he picked off Darian Durant and returned it 24-yards to set up a field goal and also chipped in on special teams when he caught a 27-yard pass from punter Mike Renaud on a fake punt.


Stewart was on the active roster for most of the season but only saw action in four games where he registered three tackles.


Played one game with the Stamps on July 21, 2007 against Toronto where he had five tackles.