Canadian Football League

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Canadian Football League QB tries his luck in Rome

Renegades Spotlight: Marcus Brady
Rome, Ga. - The Rome Renegades would like to introduce Marcus Brady. Brady, 6-0, 210 pounds, was a 4 year starter at Cal State Northridge and graduated with a degree in Business Finance. He spent the last 4 years at the professional level playing the in Canadian Football League (CFL). Brady spent 2 seasons with the Toronto Argos and 2 seasons with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Last season while playing for the Tiger-Cats, Brady played in 18 games and had 843 yards passing and five touchdowns, as well as 16 carries for 109 yards and a touchdown. While playing for Cal State Northridge, Brady had 1,677 pass attempts; 1,036 pass completions (which are a NCAA Division I-AA record) for a total of 12,445 yards and 109 touchdowns, all of which are Cal State-Northridge records. He also had 436 carries totaling 648 and 15 touchdowns.
Brady, who is originally from San Diego, CA, now lives in Atlanta with wife Sherrie Brady. When asked about his feelings for being a Renegade, Brady said "I am enjoying it so far and I am looking forward to the first game." For the upcoming season, his personal goals include being the best quarterback in the AIFL. And his team goals include winning as many games as possible and going to the championship.


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