Bryan was the Lions’ top receiver in 2018, eclipsing the 1,000-yard mark for the third consecutive season and earning his third straight West Division All-Star selection. He finished the campaign with 67 receptions for 1,029 yards and nine touchdowns across 18 games. Bryan’s best game occurred against the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on September 22 when he hauled in 10 passes for 90 yards and a pair of scores, including a last second hail mary touchdown catch following immediately by a remarkable toe-tapping two point conversion to send the game into overtime. He started at slotback for BC in the East Division Semi-Final against the Ti-Cats, catching 4 passes for 35 yards.


Another productive season for the slick pass-grabber as Bryan notched his second-consecutive 1,000-yard campaign with a team-leading 1,202 yards on 81 receptions with seven majors through 16 games. He recorded six games with 100+ yards and enjoyed his best performance of the year in Winnipeg where he torched the Bombers’ secondary for 10 catches and 152 yards along with a major. His lofty numbers earned him a second-career West Division All-Star selection.


A break-out campaign for the tremendously gifted receiver as Bryan hauled in 79 receptions for 1,392 yards and three touchdowns. During a season in which he caught at least one pass in all 18 regular season games, circus catches and clutch performances became the norm and Bryan’s numbers trailed only Emmanuel Arceneaux among fellow Lions receivers and placed him fourth overall in the CFL. He ranked first however with an astounding 15 receptions of 30 yards or more which accounted for his league-leading 17.6-yard per catch average. His biggest game of the season came in Winnipeg as he racked-up 208 yards on nine receptions including a 55-yard grab which was also his longest of his young career. His four games with 100 or more receiving yards were also second only to Arceneaux’s six and his career season to date earned him his first West Division All-Star nod. During the 2016 postseason, Bryan tallied 97 receiving yards on five catches including a 13-yard touchdown in the Western Semi-Final win over Winnipeg.


A productive season for the talented receiver as Bryan notched 35 receptions for 423 yards and a pair of touchdowns on the year. His reception yards ranked sixth on the club with his top performance on the season coming in Calgary on Sept. 18 where he hauled in four passes for 72 yards.


Seeing action in just seven regular season games as injuries and roster ratio issues limited his availability, Tim remarkably managed to finish in fourth spot among CFL punt returners with 502 yards on 44 returns. His 17 kickoff returns for 469 yards also placed him in the top-10 in the category. Always a threat to bust a huge return, Tim rang up a pair of 70-yard punt returns at Toronto on Aug 17/14 and a dazzling 75-yard punt return for a TD versus Saskatchewan on Aug 24/14. He also notched a 74-yard kickoff return in the postseason and a 75-yard punt return. Seeing limited duty on offence, Tim had five carries for 17 yards with another 44 yards through the air on six receptions.


2009-2013: Following a red-shirt freshman season in 2009, Bryan made a position switch from defensive back to receiver following his sophomore season in 2010. He enjoyed a productive junior year in 2011 hauling in a team-best 54 receptions for 850 yards and nine majors. His final year of eligibility was cut short after one game due to injury.