Ralph’s season was cut short with an injury, and he was only able to play in 10 games. During that time, he caught 13 balls for 164 yards.
Ralph was the leading Ti-Cat receiver with 50 catches for 721 yards and three touchdowns in 14 games.
Played in all 18 games, recording 41 receptions for 457 yards and three touchdowns
The speedy up and coming receiver started two of four games played at slotback with Hamilton after they acquired him along with defensive Tay Cody from the Edmonton Eskimos on October 5th in exchange for Troy Davis and Dan Comiskey...also played in five games with Edmonton prior to the trade and had attended training camp with the New York Jets...in nine games played between the two teams during the regular season he had nine receptions for 96 yards and one touchdown...in his Tiger-Cats debut, a 34-17 loss at Calgary on October 14th he had one reception for two yards...in Hamilton 40-32 victory over Ottawa on October 21st he had two receptions for a season high 39 yards and one touchdown...the touchdown came on a three yard pass from Kevin Eakin during the first quarter of the victory over the Renegades...initially signed a contract with the New York Jets on January 13th...played in two games during the pre-season with the Jets and caught one pass for nine yards...was released by New York on August 28th...returned to the Eskimos on August 29th...his first game back with the Eskimos, a 25-23 victory at Calgary on September 5th was a special one as he suited up against his brother Brett, a rookie with the Stampeders...in the victory over Calgary he had one reception for six yards.
Enjoyed a break-out year as a receiver recording 49 receptions for 634 yards and 1 touchdown...his best performance was 5 catches for 95 yards in Week 6 versus Winnipeg..in theCFL West Semi Final he had 4 catches for 39 yards.
Appeared in 7 games primarily as a back-up before breaking his collarbone in Ottawa (July 31/03)...recorded first CFL reception in Week 3 @ Winnipeg. Scored first CFL touchdown Week 4 @ Hamilton...was acquired from Ottawa in exchange for Edmonton's second round selection (17th overall) in the 2003 CFL Canadian College Draft.
Ralph spent his four-year college career at Wyoming, where he finished 12th on the schools’ all-time list with 108 receptions and 13th all-time with 1,509 yards receiving. He finished his collegiate career starting his final 34 games consecutively, and caught at least one pass in his last 23 games.
Born July 16th, 1980, he is one of six children of Shelly and Jim Ralph...his younger brother, Brett, who played wide receiver at both Wyoming and the University of Alberta is currently in his rookie season with the Calgary Stampeders while his older brother, Dustin, was also a Cowboy wide receiver in 1999 and 2000 before finishing out his collegiate career at Alberta...an outstanding all-around athlete, he was the provincial champion in the 100 meters for the Province of Alberta as a high school senior...also won the triple jump, and placed second in the 200 meters...in football, his Raymond High School team lost only one game his junior and senior seasons, posting a 25-1 record and capturing the province title two consecutive seasons...while Canada doesn't select All-Province teams, similar to the way All-State teams are named in the U.S., Ralph was named his league's MVP as a wide receiver and safety...also was his team's MVP on a 24-1 basketball squad...perhaps his best sport is baseball, where he was the starting center fielder on the Provincial Championship team...an outstanding student, he was on the honour roll five times...his high school football coach was Mark Beazer, while his high school basketball coach was his father, Jim.