Chevrier played in the first three games as the team's long snapper and had one special-teams tackle. He was on the one-game injury list for the remainder of the season.
Chevrier played all 18 games and the Western Final as the team's long snapper and had nine special-teams tackles.
Chevrier made 14 regular-season starts as the Stamps’ long snapper and also played all three of Calgary’s playoff games including the Grey Cup. On Aug. 9, he played his 150th career CFL game. He made five special-teams tackles during the season and added one in the playoffs.
In his seventh season with the Stampeders, Chevrier suited up for all 18 regular-season games as well as the West Division semifinal. It was the fourth straight season and the seventh time overall on his career he played in every game. He once again served as the team’s long snapper for punts and place kicks and went the entire season without making an errant snap. In addition to his snapping duties, he made eight special-teams tackles. Chevrier played his 125th career game with the Stamps on Nov. 5 against Winnipeg.
Randy turned in another excellent season as the Stamps’ long-snapper. He made five special-teams tackles and punted the ball once, sending the kick 52-yards downfield. He recovered a fumble after a missed field goal early in the game,, to set the stage for a Stampeders touchdown and an eventual Calgary victory. In the season final, Randy made a one-yard catch for his second career touchdown.
After spending six years oon the defensive side of the football, Chevrier made the switch to offence. Already the club’s long snapper, Chevrier also served as a reserve offensive lineman in 2009. He did not make a single errant long snap during the season and recorded seven special-teams tackles.
The versatile Chevrier continued to provide valuable service to the Stamps adding depth on the defensive line and also handling the long-snapping duties. He appeared in all 18 regular-season games as well as the West Final and the Grey Cup. It’s the fourth time in five seasons he has played in every game; missing only the 2007 season finale on Nov. 3 against BC. Chevrier was among the team leaders in special-teams tackles with 13 and added one defensive tackle and a pass knockdown.
Chevrier played 17 games before missing the final contest at BC with an injury. The game was the first he missed as a member of the Stamps (53 straight). His best game of the season came at Edmonton on Aug. 4 when he notched four tackles, one quarterback sack and a special-teams tackle. He added another big game on Sept. 15 against Saskatchewan scoring his first-career touchdown on a one-yard pass from Henry Burris and recovering a fumble. Chevrier was perfect in his long-snapping duties, never misfiring a snap.
Played in all 18 regular season games as well as the Scotiabank West Semifinal…Recorded nine defensive tackles, eight special teams tackles and one quarterback sack…Handled the long snapping duties for the second straight year.
Played in all 18 regular season games including the Western Semi-Final…Was perfect in long-snapping duties…Recorded a pair of quarterback sacks in the season, the first coming on July 23 vs Saskatchewan and the second a week later against B.C.…Had a key interception against his former team (Edmonton) on September 9 which helped hold the Eskimos to only 11 points in the game.
Signed with the New York Jets and played in pre-season…released on August 30th, 2004.
Played in all 18 regular season games with the Eskimos…Recorded 15 defensive tackles, six special team tackles, three knockdowns and one quarterback sack…Had his biggest game statistically on July 25th vs the Saskatchewan Roughriders where he recorded four defensive tackles and one knockdown…The following game against the Renegades on July 31st he recorded another strong performance recording three defensive tackles, one special team tackle and a quarterback sack…Played in the western final vs the Roughriders recording one special team tackle and the 91st Grey Cup Championship in Regina.
Appeared in 5 regular season games with the Edmonton Eskimos and registered 4 defensive tackles...Chevrier made his Eskimo debut Week #14 (September 29 @ Hamilton) and recorded one tackle…Before joining the Eskimos Randy attended the Cincinnati Bengals training camp…Sent to NFL Europe playing in all 10 games with the Barcelona Dragons…Where he recorded seven tackles, one forced fumble, and three special team stops.
Jacksonville Jaguars/Dallas Cowboys/Cincinnati Bengals) In 2001 Randy was a late cut in Jacksonville’s training camp…He was released and signed with the Dallas Cowboys for half the season…Played the 2nd half of the season with the Cincinnati Bengals.
In 2001 Randy was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 7th round of the 2001 draft (241st overall)…He was also drafted the same year in the Canadian College Draft by the Edmonton Eskimos in the 1st round (5th overall)…In 2001 he attended Jacksonville’s training camp…Was released on September 2, 2001 and claimed by Dallas the next day… Randy was the long snapper for the first eight games of the 2001 season…He was waived by Dallas November 13th and signed with Cincinnati December 4th…Was the Bengals long snapper for the final 5 games of the 2001 campaign …In 2002 Randy was a late cut from Cincinnati’s training camp…He was then allocated to NFL Europe with the Barcelona Dragons…In 2004 Randy signed with the New York Jets and was released during training camp…Signed with the Calgary Stampeders on January 31, 2005.
Randy received 23 major awards during his college career at McGill University…The Redmen didn’t have a botched snap in five years…Holds school’s all-time record with 20.5 stops behind the line of scrimmage…Versatile athlete who started at defensive tackle, end, rush end and nose guard…Also saw action as a blocker on offence in short-yardage situations…Played 40 games, making 157 tackles (82 solo) and 10 sacks...He was the first player in school history to receive the J.P. Metras trophy for the outstanding lineman in Canadian universities (2000)…Recipient of the Alouette alumni trophy, for the outstanding player in Quebec football…Named team’s Most Valuable Lineman by the touchdown club and winner of the friends of McGill Football Trophy, given to the best defensive player…Teams most valuable player…Unanimous Ontario-Quebec Intercollegiate Football Conference first-team pick…Team co-captain, earning player of the week four times…Played in the East-West Shrine game…In 1999 Chevrier was named to the All-Canadian second team…He was all-OQIFC first team honours and recipient of the Fred Wigle Memorial trophy, which is given to the team’s most sportsmanlike player…In 1998 he was the recipient of the John Chomay award to the student who best combines academics and athletics…In 1996 he received conference Rookie of the Year honours and was the recipient of the Fred Dupre Trophy given to team’s top freshman.
Graduated in 1999 with a degree in physical education…Played at Vanier College in 1995, earning team Most Improved Player honours…Did not play football in 1994…In his first year of organized football, was chosen to the Midget AAA All-Star team in 1993…Received an invitation to perform on Canada’s national bobsled team in 1999…Has been married to University sweetheart Tania for 2 years…Nickname “Chevy”…Randy and Tania are proud parents of one boy Luke Chevrier who was born on October 12, 2006…Randy also hosts an hour long show on Fan 960 called the “Chevy and Nasty” show with former Stampeder Sheldon Napastuk.