Dressed in 15 games, with 15 starts, in his first season in Toronto
Started in one game and dressed in four for Hamilton…Started Ticats’ season opener vs. Toronto at guard…Dressed as backup guard from Weeks 11-13.
Started the Ticats season opener against Montreal on June 30 and suffered a shoulder injury which forced him to miss the remainder of the season.
Started all 18 games at guard in his rookie season with the Tiger-Cats…made his CFL and Ticats debut on June 30 in Calgary.
Played four seasons (2003-06) with the University of Central Florida Golden Knights…started 39 of 44 games at centre including the first 33 of his Golden Knights career...was a first-team Conference USA selection as a junior and helped the Golden Knights capture C-USA East Division Championship and an appearance in the inaugural C-USA Football Championship game
Born September 27, 1982 in Baie-Comeau, Quebec...son of Betty Gagne and Andre Marcoux…graduated from Sherbrooke's Champlain High School in 2001...played for coach Tony Addona...highly respected player in Canada...earned All-Canada (U-20) honors as well as All-Province honors...tabbed as the Province MVP Offensive Lineman…selected to play for team Canada in 2000-01.