Randy Chevrier, Calgary LS



Randy Chevrier, Calgary Stampede Long Snapper

General Area Workouts for Pro Teams: Free Agent Long Snapper. Can showcase or be available for workouts when CFL Season concludes or contract buyout.

Scouting (Staff)
Attended NFL Development and Free Agent Showcase in Las Vegas, NV 2008 hosted by Paul Assad, Pro College Football Player Development and Scouting. Has NFL Experience playing with Dallas Cowboys and Cinn. Bengals. Was asked back to Dallas but already, signed with Calgary. Great size. Very strong. Technically sound. Gets the ball back quick and keeps it flat and spinning.

Signed as a free agent on Jan. 31, 2005.
Chevrier played 17 games before missing the final contest at B.C. 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 versus 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.

Career highlights
Recorded first tackle in first CFL game vs Hamilton on Sept. 29, 2002
Notched first CFL sack on Ottawa quarterback Kerry Joseph on July 31, 2003
First CFL interception came on Sept. 9, 2007 off of a Ricky Ray pass against Edmonton
Played the entire 2006 season with a broken hand and snapped all of the team's punts and field goals with his hand in a cast

Won 2003 Grey Cup as member of the Edmonton Eskimos

Pro Career
Was selected in the seventh round (241st overall) by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the 2001 NFL Draft and was selected in the first round (fifth overall) by Edmonton in the 2001 CFL Canadian Draft. In 2001, he attended training camp with the Jaguars before joining the Dallas Cowboys and then the Cincinnati Bengals. Chevrier attended training camp with the Bengals in 2002 and was allocated to the NFL Europe's Barcelona Dragons before joining the Eskimos. He attended training camp with the New York Jets in 2004.

Attended McGill University from 1996 to 2000 and collected 23 major awards during his collegiate career. He was the first player in school history to receive the J.P. Metras trophy as the most outstanding lineman in Canadian universities in 2000 and was selected to play in the East-West Shrine game. He played 40 games and recorded 157 tackles and 10 quarterback sacks with the Redmen.

He and wife Tania live in Calgary year-round. They have been married for five years and welcomed their first child, Luke on Oct. 12, 2006. They have two family dogs named Rogue and Zeus.

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