Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Feb. 11, 2015.
2014: (Hamilton) Wojt played two games (one start) after spending most of the season on the injured list.
2013: (Hamilton) Traded to Hamilton on February 5 along with running back Jerome Messam, quarterback Jeremiah Masoli, linebacker Simoni Lawrence and a 6th round pick (45th overall) in the 2013 CFL Canadian Draft in exchange for linebacker Nathan Kanya and the rights to offensive lineman Carson Rockhill. Played 17 regular season games and started three playoff games, including the 101st Grey Cup game. Wojt was named the East Division All-Star team as a guard.
2012: (Edmonton) Wojt saw action in 13 games and was placed on the injured list for four weeks. He started at right guard in the East Semi-Final cross over game.
2011: (Edmonton) Wojt saw action in 14 games. He earned a West Division All-Star nod and was named the Eskimos Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman. Wojt re-signed on December 16.
2010: (Edmonton) Wojt saw action in 17 games, starting in 10.
2009: (Edmonton) Signed on May 1. Dressed as a backup offensive lineman for two games. Placed on the injured list in Week 9.
2008: (Edmonton) Selected by the Eskimos in the second round (11th overall) of the CFL Canadian Draft. Wojt returned to Central Michigan University for his final year of eligibility.
College: Wojt was a three-year starter at right tackle for the Central Michigan Chippewas and played a key role in CMU’s 2007 Mid-American Conference title. He was a team captain his senior year.
Personal: Wojt was born in Warsaw, Poland, and moved to Mississauga, Ontario, when he was six-years-old. His mother played for Poland’s Women’s National Basketball Team.