Q: What type of music do you listen to in the locker room? A: Everything from gospel to hip-hop. Q: If you were stranded on an island, which teammates would you want with you? and Why? A: A few guys from the o-line because they could be shade in the summer and warmth in the winter. Lol Q: If Hollywood was to make a movie about you, which actor would play you and which actress would be the leading lady? A: Jamie Foxx and Halle Berry. Q: What movie are you most embarrassed to admit you like? A: Bridesmaids Q: Which super hero would you like to be? A: The invisible man Q: What do you eat before a game?  A: I don't have one set meal I eat whatever is good something healthy. Q: What is one thing that you must have in your refrigerator at all times? A: Almond milk and water. Q: Biggest pet peeve? A: I don't like pet hair at all. Q: Any tattoos? How many? A: 4 total. Q: Chad Ochocinqo changed his name a few years back. If you could change your name what would you change it to? A: Stevie Cinquante Cinq. Q: Favourite childhood memory? A: Going to Disney world w/my mom dad and brother. Q: Favourite football memory? A: Winning the Florida classic scoring the first touchdown in the game. Q: Favourite charity? A: CETA FOUNDATION creating empowerment through autonomy cetafoundation.org. Q: Favourite sport other than football?   A: Basketball. Q: What are 3 things that no one knows about you? 1. Im a transparent guy so there aren't a ton of things that folks don't know but I love to try to sing. 2. I also like reading the book of proverbs in the bible. 3. I have flat feet.


Baggs played all 18 regular-season games for Hamilton as well as the East Division final. He led all Tiger-Cats offensive lineman with 50 tackles and was tied for third on the team with five sacks. Baggs also had five tackles for loss, one forced fumble, two fumble recoveries and one pass knockdown. He added five tackles, including one tackle for loss, in the East Division final against Winnipeg. His season high in tackles (six) came on Oct. 29 against Saskatchewan.


Stevie signed with the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals. He attended training camp and was released by the Cardinals on September 3.


Dressed in five regular season games…started three games at defensive end…made Rider debut in week 12…had three defensive tackles, two special teams tackles, a forced fumble and a quarterback sack in week 14…finished the season with six defensive tackles, three special teams tackles, a forced fumble, a quarterback sack and a tackle for a loss.


Started the season in Winnipeg where he dressed in two regular season games…had seven defensive tackles, a special teams tackle and two quarterback sacks…spent seven games in Edmonton…had 11 defensive tackles, a special teams tackle and a quarterback sack.


Dressed in five games for Winnipeg in 2006 as well as for the East semi-final…finished the regular season with one defensive tackle and three special teams tackles.


Baggs spent the 2005 season playing for the Frankfurt Galaxy of NFL Europe after being assigned to the team by the Detroit Lions. He later signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars and spent time on their practice roster.


Baggs was a three-time All-American and a three-time All Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference player at Bethune-Cookman College. As a senior, he broke the school’s all-time sack record with an astounding 40 sacks. Baggs was also named MEAC Defensive Player of the Year and SBN/Mel Blount Defensive Player of the Year, an award previously won by the likes of Michael Strahan, Harry Carson, Robert Porcher, Earl Holmes and Rasheen Mathis. In 2003, he led all Division 1-AA players in tackles for losses with 40, which set a new NCAA standard. He played both linebacker and defensive end in college.


Stevie spends the off-season in Florida where he works as a substitute teacher…He stays involved in the community and runs a non-profit group called CETA (Creating Empowerment Through Autonomy). He also hosted his first football camp for youth this past off-season.