After an impressive rookie campaign, Breaux has become one of the league's most consistent defensive backs. At the end of 2014 Breaux contributed 33 tackles and 1 interception. Although Breaux registered just over 30 tackles this season, it was his ability to break up pass attempts that truly garnered him recognition.
Played three games for the New Orleans Voodoo, recording 10 defensive tackles (8 solo, 2 assisted) and one pass breakup before signing with the Tiger-Cats on May 24 & started nine regular season games in his rookie season with the Tiger-Cats & was on the teams injury list for eight games & recorded 29 defensive tackles, five pass knockdowns, a sack and a fumble recovery & made CFL debut at Toronto on June 28, when he recorded his first career tackle ; Playoffs; Played two of the Ticats three playoff games, missed Eastern Final at Toronto due to injury recorded two defensive tackles.
Signed to the play college football at LSU (2007), but suffered a near career-ending neck injury, fracturing three vertebrae during a prep game, before being able to join the Tigers.