Signed as a free agent by Toronto on April 3, 2012
2012 : Dressed and started on the offensive line in all eighteen (18) regular season games for Toronto…Week 1, Started at LT in first regular season game as an Argonaut in a loss at Edmonton…Week 2, Started at LT in home opener win versus Calgary…Week 3, Started at LT in a loss to Hamilton...Week 4, Started at LT in a win versus Winnipeg. Week 5, Started at LT at Montreal...left game in the second half with an injury and replaced by Cedric Gagne-Marcoux...Started at LT from week 6 to week 18…Added to Injured List with a season ending injury…2012 Playoffs Did not dress in any playoff games, was placed on Injured List… 2012 Grey Cup Did not dress and was placed on Injured List.
2011: Dressed in all 18 games for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats…2011 Playoffs Played in both the East Semi-Final win at Montreal and East Final loss at Winnipeg.
2010: Played in one game with the Roughriders before sustaining a knee injury… Missed remainder of the season.
2009: Missed the entire season due to injury.
2008: Played in 14 games in his second season with the Roughriders… 2008 Playoffs Suited up in West Semi-Final loss vs. B.C.
2007: Played in 16 games with the Saskatchewan Roughriders after being traded there on January 31, along with WR D.J. Flick and a second round draft pick (WR David McKoy) for QB Rocky Butler as well as a second round pick (OL Jordan Rempel) and a fifth round pick (DB Nick Kordic) in the 2007 CFL Canadian Draft…2007 Playoffs Started in both playoff wins…Grey Cup Championship Started in Grey Cup win against Winnipeg.
2006: Played in 16 games in his third season with the Tiger-Cats.
2005: Played in all 18 regular season games during his second season with the Tiger-Cats…Named Hamilton’s nominee for Most Outstanding Lineman.
2004: Drafted by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats with the first overall pick in the CFL Canadian Draft… Played in all 18 games in his rookie CFL season…. Named the Ticats’ nominee for Most Outstanding Rookie…2004 Playoffs Played in Hamilton’s East Semi-Final loss to Toronto.
Played four seasons in Appalachian State where he started 21 of 35 games, including 12 at right tackle in his senior year… was a First-Team All-Southern selection in 2002.
Wayne spends his time in the offseason at home in Burlington, Ontario where he works his time as a personal trainer. He enjoys reading, listening to music and working out. Born in Toronto but grew up on Florida.