|Height: 6.01||Born: Orlando, FL|
|Weight: 206||College: Charleston Southern|
|Birthdate: 1985-09-11||Years: 4 CGY / 4 CFL|
Calgary signed Price as a free agent on Feb. 22, 2012. He was also with the Stampeders in 2009 when he spent 10 weeks on the practice roster. Between his Calgary stints, Price spent time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League. Prior to his first experience with Calgary, Price was with the NFL’s San Francisco 49ers, New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs.
Price started 10 games and had 34 catches for 544 yards and two touchdowns and one carry for eight yards. He scored a 102-yard touchdown in the first game of the seaon on a pass from Bo Levi Mitchell. He was placed on the six-game injury list after breaking his hand in the first game of the season and was then transferred to the one-game injury list after Game 7. He spent game 18 on the one-game injury list after suffering a hard hit to the head on the final play of the Nov. 1 game against Winnipeg. He was on the reserve list for the Western Final but started the Grey Cup where he had five catches for 64 yards.
Price started 13 games and had 57 catches for 788 yards and seven touchdowns. He also added three carries for four yards. He also started the Western Final and had four catches for 76 yards. Price had his best game of his career and was named the CFL's offensive player of the week in the Labour Day Classic when he hauled in five catches for 165 yards and three touchdowns. He was on the reserve list for Games 3-5 and 12 due to injury and was on the one-game injury list for Game 8. He was named a CFLPA all-star.
After missing the first two-thirds of the regular season due to injury, Price played the final six games, including three starts. He hauled in 18 passes for 405 yards and three touchdowns and carried the ball once for nine yards. He got in his first CFL game on Sept. 14 against Winnipeg and got his first start and scored his first touchdown on Oct. 20, against Hamilton. He wrapped up the regular season with his best game with five catches for 149 yards and a touchdown. He also had a 100-yard game on Oct. 26 against BC. In each of his three starts, he had a catch that covered at least 50 yards. Price started two playoffs games as well as the Grey Cup, accumulating 251 yards on 15 catches and two touchdowns. He was the team’s leading receiver in the both the West semifinal and West final with 117 yards in each game and had a touchdown catch in the Grey Cup.
Price led all of Division I football in 2006 with 103 catches. In three seasons with the Charleston Southern Buccaneers, he became the school’s and the Big South conference’s all-time leader in receptions with 202 and receiving yards with 2,429. He was named to the Associated Press All-American team in 2006, a First-team All-Big South 2005-06, and a Big-South All-Freshmen in 2004.
Price attended Olympia High School in Orlando, Fla., and was named first-team all-county and second-team All-Central Florida following his senior season.