Moustafa Ali - DB (Alexandria, Egypt) Second round selection in the 1989 college draft by the Winnipeg Blue Bombers...Played in 17 games as a rookie, collecting 21 tackles and two interceptions...Released by Winnipeg in July 1990 and signed by Calgary in September...Played in eight games for the Stampeders.
Michael Allen DB (Jamaica) Selected in the fourth round of the 1988 collegiate draft by Winnipeg...Played with Winnipeg from 1988 to 1991...Traded to Ottawa in June 1992...Traded to BC in August 1993 and played with them for two seasons.
Gary Cook WR (Ottawa, ON) Had 103 career receptions with the Ravens, for 1078 yards...Joined the Ottawa Rough Riders as a territorial draft exemption in 1980...Played on both sides of the ball during his rookie season and returned punts...Concentrated on offensive duties in 1981...With the Riders until 1982
Carl Coulter OL (Lindsay, ON) is a former professional Canadian football offensive lineman who played 15 seasons in the Canadian Football League for six different teams. He was named CFL All-Star in 1998 and was a part of one Grey Cup championship team with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in 1999.
Kevin Dalliday OT/DT (Ottawa, ON) An All-Canadian in 1981, Kevin was an Ottawa Rough Rider territorial exemption in 1982 and played with the Riders until 1984
Bob Forest LB (London) A Raven from 1985 to 1988...Named Ravens' defensive player of the year in his final season...Eight-round draft choice of the Ottawa Rough Riders in 1989 and played in eleven games, was with the Rough Riders in the 1990 season ... Signed with the World League of American Football in 1991 during its inaugural year and allocated to the Montreal Machine, one of the first two Canadian players signed to the WLAF
Brian Hedges DT (Ottawa, ON) Named to the All-Canadian team in 1972 while at Carleton...Traded to Calgary at the end of his rookie year (1976) but reaquired the following offseason...A Rough Rider until 1979.
Harry Von Hofwegen DT (Ottawa, ON) Second round draft choice, eleventh overall, by Winnipeg in 1996Spent some time with the Buffalo Bills during their 1996 training campPlayed parts of the 1996 and 1997 seasons with Winnipeg...Played ten games with BC in 1997...Signed by Edmonton in July 1998.
Mike Homewood OL (Toronto, ON) Played on the defensive line in 1994 and from 1996 to 1998...Transferred to the University of Ottawa for the 1999 season following the termination of Carleton's football program...On and off the Ottawa Renegades roster between 2002 and 2004, also spent time with Saskatchewan and Hamilton.
Malcolm Inglis OG (Ottawa, ON) A former CIAU All-Canadian...A territorial exemption in 1979...Has played on both lines but primarily has contributed on the offensive side...With the Riders until 1981.
Jason Kralt LB (Ottawa, ON) Played from mosquito to midget levels with Myers Riders...Was a captain on the Carleton football team from 1996 to 1998...A conference all-star in 1996 and 1997 playing safety...Was a third-round draft choice of the BC Lions in 1999, 19th overall...Played with the BC Lions from 1999 - 2001 where he was a consistent special teams contributor...Signed by the Ottawa Renegades as a free agent in February 2002...One of only seven players to remain with the Renegades through their entire existence (2002 - 2005).
Cameron Legault DT (Ottawa, ON) A former team captain of the Carleton Ravens...played in the East-West Shrine Classic in 1999, representing Canada's Eastern region...Drafted by Calgary in the second round in 1999, 16th overall...Following his rookie season with Calgary, Legault spent five years with the BC Lions prior to signing to with the Ottawa Renegades for the 2005 season...Best statistical season came in 2001 when he posted 46 tackles and seven QB sacks...Picked in the fourth round by Winnipeg in the Ottawa dispersal draft.
Jason Mallett DB (Ottawa, ON) Played with Carleton between from 1991 to 1994 inclusively...Finsihed his university career as the Ravens' interception leader with 15...14th-overall selection by Winnipeg in the 1995 Canadian college draft...Played professionally for nine seasons with Winnipeg, Saskatchewan, Hamilton and Edmonton.
Andrew Murray SB (Ottawa,ON) A 4th-round draft choice by the BC Lions in the 1987 draft...Joined the Lions in 1988 for two seasons...Signed as a free agent with Toronto prior to the 1990 season...Had a career best 37 receptions that season for 629 yards and three scores...Signed as a free agent with Ottawa for the 1994 season.
Dan Petschenig OL (Ottawa, ON) A 5th-round draft choice by Toronto in 1985...Played with the Argonauts between 1985 and 1988.
Mike Philbrick DL (Hamilton, ON) Drafted at the top of the fourth round by Ottawa in 1990, 25th overall...Career took off when he signed with his hometown Tiger-Cats in 1994, playing with them until 2002.Had 304 defensive tackles in the course of his career and 33 quarterback sacks...Earned a Grey Cup ring in 1999.
Darryl Ray WR (Ottawa, ON) A member of the Carleton Ravens during their final season in 1998...A member of the Gee-Gees' 2000 Vanier Cup winning team...Ray's 45 receptions in 2001 tied for second in the CIAU...Gained 664 yards that year and found the endzone eight times...A sixth-round pick of the Toronto Argonauts in 2002...Signed by the Ottawa Renegades as a free agent in June 2003.
Peter Stenerson SB (Ottawa, ON) A quarterback at Carleton...Was a 1975 territorial draft selection of the Rough Riders and played with them until 1982...Played first three years as a defensive back before being switched to slotback.
Pat Stoqua SB (Ottawa,ON) Named conference rookie of the year while with Carleton in 1977...A two-time conference all-star with the Ravens, once at defensive back and once as a slotback...Named to the All-Canadian team in 1979 as a slotback...A 1979 Territorial Draft Exemption for the Rough Riders, Stoqua attended camp as a defensive back that year...Was released after camp but brought back at the end of the season as a slotback...Played 58 games with Ottawa until 1984.