14 Facts About Corey Grant

1. Corey Grant was born on December 22, 1976 and is the head coach for the Carleton Ravens football team of U Sports.

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2. Corey Grant is a former professional wide receiver in the Canadian Football League where he played for 11 years and won two Grey Cup championships.

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3. Corey Grant played CIAU football for the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks from 1995 to 1998.

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4. Corey Grant played and started in all 18 regular season games where he had 56 catches for 875 yards and three touchdowns and won the Frank M Gibson Trophy as the East Division's Most Outstanding Rookie.

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5. Corey Grant capped off the season by winning his first Grey Cup championship as the Tiger-Cats defeated the Calgary Stampeders in the 87th Grey Cup game.

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6. Corey Grant spent the 2000 and 2001 seasons with the Tiger-Cats before becoming a free agent.

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7. Ahead of the 2002 season, Corey Grant signed with the Montreal Alouettes.

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8. Corey Grant played in 13 games where he had 25 receptions for 385 yards.

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9. Midway through the 2002 CFL season, Corey Grant was traded to the Saskatchewan Roughriders in exchange for second round draft picks in the 2003 CFL Draft and the 2004 CFL Draft.

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10. Corey Grant played for the Roughriders for seven seasons which was highlighted by the 2007 Grey Cup victory over the Winnipeg Blue Bombers where Grant had two receptions for 20 yards in the championship game.

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11. Corey Grant retired just prior to the 2010 CFL season on June 3, 2010.

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12. Corey Grant spent two years with the Marauders but left the program in 2012.

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13. On March 21, 2013, Corey Grant was named the running backs coach and offensive quality control coach for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.

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14. Corey Grant spent six seasons with the Tiger-Cats where the team made two appearances in the Grey Cup.

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