Played 13 regular season game, The West Final and Grey Cup…started three games at linebacker…finished with 12 defensive tackles, 12 special teams tackles, three pass knockdowns, three interceptions, and one tackle for loss…added three defensive tackles and four special teams tackles in the playoffs…had one defensive tackle in the Grey Cup…named CFL Special Teams Player of the Week for week 21.
Dressed in the final 8 regular season games and West Semi-Final after joining the team at mid-season…finished with 13 defensive tackles, 10 special teams tackles, one quarterback sack and one tackle for a loss.
Played 17 regular season games and the East Semi-Final for Montreal…finished the season with 50 tackles, 6 special teams tackles, 3 sacks and 1 interception.
Sept 19th in Edmonton Ferri scored on a 85 yard kickoff return. He finished tied for 2nd on the Alouettes for most forced fumbles and tied for 3rd for most special teams tackles. He missed Games 2 and 3 due to a shoulder injury and Game 18 due to a body injury. Won the 2010 Grey Cup with the Alouettes.
Missed Game 6 due to an ankle injury. Ferri placed 2nd on the Alouettes for most fumble recoveries and 5th for most tackles. Also won the 2009 Grey Cup with the Alouettes.
He led the Alouettes for most tackles for losses and finished second for most tackles and most interceptions.
He led the Alouettes for most tackles for losses and was fourth for most tackles. He missed Games 11, 12 and 13 with pancreatitis.
He played at running back with the NFLE Amsterdam Admirals, rushing 84 times for 333 yards and two touchdowns. He temporarily joined the Argonauts’ practice roster. He then played three games with the Arizona Cardinals, registering one tackle while rushing 11 times for 31 yards and one touchdown
In 124 games, he recorded 429 yards and four touchdowns on 88 carries as a running back, adding 140 tackles, six picks, seven tackles for losses, one sack, six forced fumbles and five recovered fumbles… In 2004, he was an All Big East First Team Selection, a ECAC Division I All-Star and named Syracuse’s MVP.