Malveaux has played 10 games (10 starts) and has recorded 29 defensive tackles, a tackle for a loss of two yards, two special teams tackles, three knockdowns, a fumble recovery and two interceptions for eight yards and 23 yards
Malveaux enjoyed the best season of his career, ranking second on the team in both defensive tackles (65) and pass knockdowns (6), and was tied for second place with two interceptions. He also added three tackles for losses, one sack and a forced fumble. He started 17 regular season games and the East Semi-Final against Edmonton. Throughout the season he proved his versatility, starting at four different defensive positions: strong side linebacker, halfback, cornerback and safety.
Malveaux played all 18 games for the Alouettes for a second straight season. He registered 63 defensive tackles, one quarterback sack, five special teams tackles and nine pass knockdowns.
Malveaux had the most productive season of his career, finishing second on the Montreal Alouettes with four interceptions for 80 yards. He was named an East Division All-Star. He signed with the AFL Las Vegas Gladiators in March of 2005.
In his third season with the Calgary Stampeders, Malveaux recorded 65 tackles, one sack, seven special teams tackles and seven pass knockdowns.
Malveaux led the Calgary Stampeders with three interceptions and nine pass knockdowns.
Malveaux spent the spring of 2001 with the XFL Orlando Rage before joining the Calgary Stampeders in July
Malveaux attended training camp with the New England Patriots.
Malveaux recorded a team-leading 61 defensive tackles with the NFL Europe Amsterdam Admirals. He also added one pass knockdown, one forced fumble and five special teams tackles. He attended training camp with the San Francisco 49ers. He joined the Saskatchewan Roughriders midway through the year.
Malveaux started 39 consecutive games for the Arizona Wildcats from 1994-97 and earned four letters. He finished his college career with 143 tackles, 35 pass knockdowns and three interceptions. He was voted second team All-Pac 10 as a sophomore with 39 tackles and eight pass breakups. Malveaux started five games as a true freshman.
He enjoys spending time with his wife and their two young children. When he’s not busy training at the gym, he likes playing golf. Kelly speaks to numerous church and community groups throughout the year and has been an advocate for diabetes education, an affliction from which he suffers.