Signed as a free agent by the Toronto Argonauts on May 13, 2015.
2014: Released by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on May 9…Signed as a free agent by the Saskatchewan Roughriders on May 20…Released by the team on June 21.
2013: Started four games for the Argonauts before being released by the team on July 23…Signed as a free agent by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on July 24…Played in 11 regular season games, starting in seven, with the Tiger-Cats…Registered 22 defensive tackles, two special teams tackles, four sacks, one interception returned 27 yards and one fumble recovery…2013 Playoffs Played in both the Eastern Semi-Final and Eastern Final…Registered two tackles…101st Grey Cup Played in the Tiger-Cats Grey Cup loss to Saskatchewan…Registered two defensive tackles.
2012: Started in seventeen regular season games for Toronto… Week 2, Started at LB…Recorded six defensive tackles, one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery… Week 5, Started at LB…Recorded four defensive tackles and a sack in a win at Montreal…Week 18, Started at LB and recorded eight defensive tackles, two sacks, and one forced fumble in a win versus Sask....2012 Playoffs Started at LB and recorded one defensive tackle and one special teams tackle in a win over Edmonton in Eastern Semi-Final...Started at LB and recorded two defensive tackles in a win at Montreal in Eastern Final... 2012 Grey Cup...Started at LB and recorded one defensive tackle in a win over Calgary.
2011 Agreed to extend contract with Calgary Stampeders on April 28…Played in and started 12 games for Calgary…Recorded 22 total tackles on the season…Tied career-high and recorded season-high with four total tackles in win vs Montreal…CFL Playoffs Did not dress in West Semi-Final vs Edmonton.
2010 Placed on Refuse to Report list by Milwaukee Iron (AFL) on March 12…Signed with the Calgary Stampeders as a free agent on May 5…Appeared in 16 games and started two with Calgary…Accumulated 24 tackles, three sacks (most of team defensive backs), two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, one interception and one pass knockdown in his rookie campaign…Had eight multiple-tackle games…Week 1...Made CFL debut vs Toronto…Week 3...Recorded first career sack…Week 5...Started first CFL game vs Winnipeg…Week 7...Recorded first career interception…CFL Playoffs Recorded two tackles in West Semi-Final vs Saskatchewan.
2009 Traded by the Spokane Shock to the Manchester Wolves (AFL2) on February 19…Named First-Team All-AF2…Recorded 72.5 tackles and 34 passes defended…Set Manchester Wolves single-season record and ranked sixth in the league for interceptions with nine…Named Aaron’s Defensive Player twice…Later signed with the Milwaukee Iron of the AFL on December 14.
2008 Signed with the Spokane Shock of the Arena Football League (AFL) on December 1.
Played two season at South Carolina (2005-07) after transferring from Georgia Military College (2003-04)… 2007 Returned for senior season after missing 2006 season due to shoulder surgery…Recorded 21 total tackles and two interceptions…2006 Redshirted after undergoing season-ending surgery on left shoulder in late August…2005 Split time between corner and safety positions…Recorded 55 tackles, including 24 solo stops…Returned a recovered fumble 11 yards for a touchdown vs Troy…Finished eighth in SEC in interceptions and 21st in tackles…Had a season-high of eight tackles on three different occasions vs, UCF, Kentucky and Vanderbilt…Named team’s Most Improved Safety…2004 (Georgia Military) Recorded 35 tackles, two sacks and one interception…Named Golden Isles Bowl Classic MVP after recording a fumble recovery for a touchdown, an interception and four passes defended…2003 (Georgia Military) Logged 30 tackles, eight sacks, and six interceptions as a freshman.
Brandon spends his off-season in his hometown of Blackville, South Carolina and enjoys playing pool and shooting hoops. He attended Blackville-Hilda High School, where was on the football team as well as an all-state basketball player. As a dual position senior on his team, he had 87 tackles and rushed for more than 1,000 yards and 16 touchdowns. He added to his illustrious career by throwing for more than 500 yards with seven touchdowns as a senior. In 2002, Brandon played in the South Carolina-North Carolina Shrine Bowl and was also named All-Area, All-Region and All-State in both football and basketball. Following his notable high school career, Brandon attended Georgia Military College in Milledgeville, Georgia, where he continued his football career. At South Carolina, he was a major in the Criminal Justice Program.
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