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Chris Bauman

Chris Bauman
No. 89     Calgary Stampeders
Date of birth: (1984-09-05) September 5, 1984 (age 29)
Place of birth: Brandon, MB, CAN
Career information
Status: 9-Game Injured List
CFL status: Non-import
Position(s): WR / SB
Height: 6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)
Weight: 212 lb (96 kg)
University: Regina
High school: Vincent Massey
CFL Draft: 2007 / Round: 1 / Pick: 1
Drafted by: Hamilton Tiger-Cats
As player:
Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Edmonton Eskimos
Calgary Stampeders

Chris Bauman (born September 5, 1984 in Brandon, Manitoba) is a Canadian football wide receiver-slotback for the Calgary Stampeders of the Canadian Football League. He was drafted first overall by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the 2007 CFL Draft and spent four seasons with the team before joining the Eskimos. He played CIS football for the Regina Rams and was the first player from the University of Regina to be selected first overall in the CFL Draft.

Amateur career

Bauman played four seasons for the University of Regina Rams in the CIS. Prior to playing for the Rams, he suited up for the Winnipeg Rifles of the Canadian Junior Football League in 2003 and played football at Vincent Massey High School in Brandon.[1]

Professional career

Bauman was the first overall pick of the 2007 CFL Draft. During his rookie season in the CFL, he had 30 receptions for 370 yards.[1]

On February 1, 2011, Bauman was released by the Tiger-Cats, two weeks before he was set to become a free agent.[2] Soon after, he signed with the Edmonton Eskimos and spent one year with them before being released on January 12, 2012.[3]

Bauman was then signed by the Calgary Stampeders on January 19, 2012.[4]


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