A truly versatile player, Joseph, 36, started four seasons at McNeese State University, attended training camp with the Washington Redskins as a tailback, and played safety for the Seattle Seahawks for four seasons.
After his NFL career ended, Joseph would become arguably one of the brightest stars in the short-lived history of the Ottawa Renegades. He was later selected first overall in the Renegades’ dispersal draft by the Saskatchewan Roughriders.
In two seasons with the Green and White, Joseph led his squad to its first Grey Cup victory in nearly 20 seasons while being named the 2007 CFL’s Most Outstanding Player.
After his short stopover in Saskatchewan, Joseph went on to play two seasons with the Toronto Argonauts, where he struggled to remain healthy and maintain his starting spot.