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Mark Washington (Canadian football)

For the former Dallas Cowboys player, see Mark Washington (NFL cornerback).
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Mark Washington
Date of birth: (1973-04-16) April 16, 1973 (age 43)
Place of birth: Washington, DC
Career information
Status: Retired
CFL status: International
Position(s): DB
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University: Rutgers
Organizations
As coach:
20082013
2014–present
BC Lions (Defensive backs coach)
BC Lions (Defensive coordinator)
As player:
1997
19972002
20032007
New York CityHawks
Montreal Alouettes
BC Lions
Career highlights and awards
Awards: 2006 Tom Pate Memorial Award
Career stats
Playing stats at CFL.ca

Mark Washington (born April 16, 1973) is a retired professional Canadian football defensive back in the Canadian Football League, having played for the Montreal Alouettes and the BC Lions. After his retirement, he joined the Lions as the defensive backs coach, and was promoted to his current position of defensive coordinator for the 2014 BC Lions season.

College career

Washington attended Rutgers University. As a junior at Rutgers, he was an All-Big East performer, and as a senior, he was the team captain.

Professional career

Washington began his pro career with the Barcelona Dragons of NFL Europa, where he won a World Bowl in 1997. He played 6 seasons for the Montreal Alouettes, from 1997 to 2002, making 9 interceptions (and returning two for touchdowns) and winning a Grey Cup in 2002. He moved in 2003, as a free agent, to the B.C. Lions, where in 5 seasons he intercepted 8 passes (one for a TD,) was named an all star in 2003, and won the Grey Cup in 2006. He retired on January 31, 2008.

Coaching and broadcasting

After his playing career, he became the defensive backs coach of the BC Lions, and also began a career in television broadcasting, co-hosting a local talk-show.[1][2] On December 12, 2013 it was announced that he would become the new defensive coordinator for the BC Lions. [3]

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