CFL: 8th season
Stamps: 8th season
Games played through 2022
Regular season: 106
Grey Cup: 3
Grey Cup wins: 1
Selected in the third round (27th overall) of the 2015 CFL draft and signed on May 28, 2015.
(Calgary) Langlais started at fullback for all 18 regular-season games. In Week 14 in Edmonton, he appeared in his 100th career regular-season game. In addition to the blocking work that contributed to a rushing title for tailback Ka’Deem Carey, Langlais had six catches for 67 yards and his first career offensive touchdown. He also had two special-teams tackles and four kickoff returns for 43 yards. Langlais’ touchdown came in Week 19 against Hamilton as he caught a 13-yard pass from Jake Maier. His previous score had come in 2017 when he recovered a loose ball after a blocked punt. Langlais also started the Western Semi-Final and he had one catch for three yards and two kickoff returns for 20 yards.
(Calgary) Langlais made 12 starts at fullback. He had one reception for five yards, four special-teams tackles and two kickoff returns for 58 yards. He also started the Western Semi-Final and had one kickoff return for 12 yards.
(Calgary) Langlais was under contract with the Stampeders but the season was cancelled because of the global pandemic.
(Calgary) Langlais appeared in nine regular-season games for the Stamps and made eight starts at fullback. He had four receptions for 54 yards including a career-long 33-yarder, one carry for three yards and one special-teams tackle. He missed a total of nine games over two stints on the injured list. Langlais returned to the field for the regular-season finale and also played in the Western Semi-Final. He had one kickoff return for 13 yards and one special-teams tackle in the playoff game.
(Calgary) In his fourth season with the Stampeders, Langlais took over the starting fullback role and made 16 regular-season starts. In addition to his blocking work, he established career highs with six receptions for 105 yards. Langlais had a career-best 33-yard reception in a Week 21 contest at BC. He also saw special-teams action and made nine tackles. Langlais started both of Calgary’s post-season games and had one kickoff return for 15 yards.
(Calgary) Langlais played 18 games and had 16 special-teams tackles. On offence, he had three catches for 30 yards. In Game 15 against Hamilton, he recovered the loose ball after a blocked punt and scored his first career touchdown. Langlais had one special-teams tackle in the Western Final and two kickoff returns for 40 yards and one special-teams tackle in the Grey Cup.
(Calgary) Langlais played 16 games and had 17 special-teams tackles. He also played in the Western Final and Grey Cup. Langlais was on the one-game injury list for Weeks 18 and 19.
(Calgary) Langlais played 17 games and had 11 special-teams tackles. He was on the one-game injury list for Week 17. Langlais also played both playoff games.
First game: June 26, 2015, vs Hamilton
First special-teams tackle: June 26, 2015, vs Hamilton
First touchdown: Oct. 13, 2017, at Hamilton
Milestone: Played 100th career regular-season Sept. 10, 2022, at Edmonton
The converted defensive lineman played fullback for Sherbrooke in 2014 and helped the Vert et Or rank ninth in Canadian university rushing. Langlais carried the ball four times for 14 yards and added five receptions for 44 yards while also seeing duty on special teams.
Langlais played at Cegep Beauce-Appalaches in Saint-Georges, Que., before enrolling at Sherbrooke.