Started 16 regular season games…missed one start due to injury…was listed as backup for regular season finale…finished regular season with 325 completions on 531 attempts (61.2%) for 4,154 yards and 31 touchdowns…had 42 carries for 369 yards and one touchdown…started West Semi-Final and West Final totaling 43 completions on 53 attempts (81.1%) for 550 yards and five touchdowns…added 10 carries for 115 yards…started Grey Cup registering 17 completions on 24 attempts (70.8%) for 245 yards and three touchdowns…had seven carries for 26 yards…named West Division All-Star…named CFL Offensive Player of the Week in week 4 and week 20.


Dressed in all 18 regular season games, starting 16 and backing-up two due to injury…finished the regular season with 313 completions on 486 attempts (64.4%) for 3878 yards and 20 touchdowns…32 carries for 342 yards and one touchdown…started West Semi-Final at quarterback completing 24 of 37 passes (64.8%) for 435 yards and 4 touchdowns and rushed for 25 yards on 3 carries… was named CFL Offensive Player of the Week for week 1.


Dressed in all 8 regular season game…started at quarterback in 15 games…dressed as a back-up in the others due to injury…passed for 384 yards with 31 completed passes out of 44 attempts in week eight for a 70 percent completion rating…had a season high 281 yard passing game in week in week 15…finished the regular season completing 299 passes out of 489 pass attempts for 3,653 yards, 18 touchdowns and 14 interceptions…55 carries for 381 yards and two touchdowns


Darian started in all 18 regular season games, both playoff games and the Grey Cup as a quarterback. He finished the regular season completing 391 passes (of 644) for 5,542 yards and 25 touchdowns, had 80 carries for 618 rushing yards and seven touchdowns. He was name CFL Offensive Player of the month for September and was nominated for Most Outstanding Player.


Darian started all 18 regular season games, as well as the West Final and Grey cup game at qb.  He completed  339 of 561 pass attempts for 4,438 yards and 24 touchdowns. Darian also had 501 rushing yards and three touchdown and was named the CFL West Division all-star quarterback. He was also the Riders nominee as Most Outstanding Player and was named the Wireless Age Most Popular Roughrider - an award voted on by the fans.


Dressed in 15 regular season games and West Semi-Final…started four games at quarterback…completed 23 of 32 passes for two touchdowns in week 3…completed 24 of 34 passes for three touchdowns in week 4…finished the regular season completing 77 of 129 passes for 1,122 yards and seven touchdowns…also had 27 rushes for 204 yards and a touchdown.2007: Dressed in all 18 regular season games as third-string quarterback…also dressed in both playoff games and Grey Cup game.


During the 2007 season, Durant spent the entire season on the active roster, and was available for all of the Roughrider regular season and playoff games, but did not see any game action while serving as the team's third string quarterback. Durant was on the sidelines as starting quarterback Kerry Joseph led Roughriders to a victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the Grey Cup.


Dressed in eight regular season games as backup quarterback


Attended training camp with Baltimore Ravens...spent time on Ravens practice roster, but was released during season.


Spent four years at North Carolina...finished his college career with school records for career completion percentage (.605), career touchdowns (68), career passing yards (8,755), total career offence (9,630 yards), and career completions (701)...is the only player in UNC history to throw for more than 8,000 yards, and the only player in school history with more than 9,000 yards of total offence.


Darian spends the off-season in Jacksonville, Florida with his brother Justin who plays for the NFL’s Jacksonville Jaguars…He enjoys travelling, listening to music and playing X-Box. Has one older brother, two younger brothers and one younger sister. Brother Justin, plays for the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars. Darian modeled his game after Donovan McNabb. He switched to No. 4, after wearing No. 11 as a freshman at UNC because he wore #4 in high school. Durant's earliest football memory is returning a punt for a touchdown when he was nine. Majored in African American studies at UNC. Enjoys playing video games in his spare time.