Acquired: Re-signed on Dec. 13, 2012. Originally traded to Edmonton from Toronto along with import QB Steven Jyles and Toronto’s first round pick (2nd overall) in the 2012 CFL Canadian Draft in exchange for quarterback Ricky Ray.
2013: (Edmonton) In 18 games, Shaw has recorded 139 punts for 6,069 yards (43.7 avg) (longest: 75 yards) and he's went 21 for 27 in field goals (longest: 50 yards). Shaw surpassed his career high in punts after Week 11 against Calgary. His previous career-high was 70 in 2012, his first season with the Eskimos. Shaw recorded his first single of the season in Week 12 against Winnipeg.
2012: (Edmonton) Shaw went a perfect 4-for-4 in Week 1 along with kicking a single. He also had six kickoffs for a 71.3 yard average and recorded one special teams tackle as he was named the CFL Special Teams Player of the Week. In 18 games, Shaw made 32 of his 42 field goal attempts (longest: 50 yards) and had four singles, 40 converts, and had 78 kickoffs for 5,044 yards (average of 64.7 yards, longest 87 yards) and a single. When punter Burke Dales got injured in the Labour Day Classic, Shaw took over punting duties and punted 70 times for 3,229 yards (46.1 avg, longest 74 yards) and seven singles. He also made eight tackles on special teams. He earned his second Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance on Oct. 13 when he had 166 punting yards, including a 63-yard punt that was recovered by Eskimo long-snapper Ryan King, and adding seven kickoffs for 477 yards. He earned 13 of the Esks' 37 points, going 3 for 4 on field goal attempts and four for four on extra point conversions. Shaw also played in the Eastern Division semifinal and punted seven times for 310 yards (avg: 44.3, longest 53), had five kickoffs for 215 yards (avg: 43, longest 70), was 1 for 1 on converts, was 1 for 1 on field goals and registered a special teams tackle. Shaw was the Eskimo nominee for the CFL's Most Outstanding Special Teams Player.
Career: The Edmonton-born Shaw spent his first two seasons in the CFL with the Argos where he primarily handled kickoff duties. Shaw was Toronto’s second round selection (11th overall) in the 2010 CFL Canadian Draft.
College: Shaw was named a 2009 Canada West All-Star after playing in eight games for the Huskies as a defensive back and kicker, recording 18 tackles, one interception, one breakup and one forced fumble. He also hit 19-of-23 field goals, had 2,904 yards on 77 punts and 1,597 yards on 27 kickoffs. In 2008, he played in nine games and recorded 15 tackles, four interceptions, two breakups and one forced fumble. He was named the Canada West and CIS Defensive Player of the Week for two interceptions in a win over Regina on Sept. 6.
Personal: Shaw played Junior Football for the Edmonton Huskies and in 2006 was named a PFC All-Star Defensive Back, Kicker of the Year and Special Teams Player of the Year. From 2004-05 he played for the Edmonton Huskies and earned a National Championship title and led the nation in interceptions with 12.