Ryan Hinds


198 lbs


6' 1"


Defensive Back


New Hampshire


Jun 19th, 1986

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In 12 games (three starts) Hinds recorded 19 defensive tackles, one pass knockdown and one interception. Hinds made his first career CFL start at safety in Week 1 against BC and recorded one defensive tackle in the Eskimos 27-20 victory over the BC Lions. Hinds was placed on the 6-game injured list in Week 2 and returned in Week 9 against Toronto. In Week 14 against Saskatchewan Hinds recorded his first interception of the season in a 24-0 victory over the Riders. In the Western Semi-Final against Saskatchewan, Hinds recorded one interception. In the Western Final against Calgary, Hinds recorded three defensive tackles.


(Edmonton) In seven games, Hinds recorded two defensive tackles, one pass knockdown and two special teams tackles. Hinds made his Eskimo debut in Week 10 against Calgary and recorded one special teams tackle. Hinds dressed as a reserve cornerback in Week 11 against Calgary and Week 12 against Winnipeg, but returned to the active roster in Week 13 against Winnipeg. (Hamilton) Hinds recorded three tackles and two special teams tackles in three games with the Ti-Cats. He recorded 71 defensive tackles, 10 special teams tackles and an interception in four seasons with the Ti-Cats. (2010-13).


Played in 16 games, starting in two, in his third season with the Tiger-Cats & placed on the injured list for the first two weeks of the season & recorded 11 defensive tackles and eight special teams tackles set his career season-high in special teams tackles with eight.


Started the first 12 games of the season before missing the final six games due to injury. Playoffs: Played in the Ticats Eastern Final loss to Winnipeg.


Played in nine games, starting six in his rookie season with the Tiger-Cats...spent the season on the nine-game injured list…made his CFL and Ticats debut on September 11 against Montreal…made his first career interception on October 8 against Edmonton when he picked off Jard Zabransky Playoffs. Played in the Hamilton’s Eastern Semi-Final loss to Toronto.


Played four seasons (2006-09) at New Hampshire…made 133 tackles (92 solo), 10 interceptions, three fumble recoveries and three tackles for losses in 42 games…returned an interception 88 yards for a touchdown…selected as the winner of the Buck Buchanan Distinguished Service Award in his senior season…was named to the CAA Academic All-Conference Team.