He had a breakout year establishing single-season personal bests in defensive tackles (31), sacks (6) and special teams tackles (6). The versatile playmaker had a career outing on September 3, tallying six defensive stops and a pair of sacks in a winning effort against Toronto, on his way to earning the nod as the CFL's Canadian Player of the Week. The 27-year-old had an equally solid start to the season ahead of his Week 10 outing, being crowned the CFL's Canadian Player of the Month last August for the first time in his career.
He had his best performance in the pros tallying a personal best in defensive tackles with 28 and recording his first career sack on October 20 against Saskatchewan. Brouillette also nabbed two fumble recoveries and left his print on special teams with five tackles in just 14 games.
He scored his first-career CFL touchdown on a 72-yard run resulting from a fake punt on October 30, 2011 versus Calgary. He recorded 21 defensive tackles and nine special teams tackles. The 25-year-old quarterback turned linebacker also saw time at safety for the Alouettes in 2011.
Moved to linebacker and free safety during training camp. Due to a virus, Brouilette missed Games 14 through 18, the East Final and the Grey Cup.
He played six games in 2009, recording 966 passing yards, six passing touchdowns and five interceptions in 77 completions while registering 241 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries... He played at quarterback during college.
He studied law. Brouillette did not have to travel very far to begin his CFL career. He played university football for the Montreal Carabins as the team's starting quarterback. Brouillette was drafted 23rd overall by the Alouettes in the 2010 CFL Draft. He studied law and is bilingual. He played his Cegep AAA football for the Vanier Cheetahs in 2003 and 2004.
He is billingual.