Acquired: Signed as a free agent on Feb. 25, 2013.
2014: In 16 games (16 starts), Curran recorded 50 defensive tackles, five special teams tackles and one pass deflection. In Week 7 against Montreal, Curran had a team-leading and season-high six defensive tackles.
2013: In 16 games (nine starts), Curran recorded 70 tackles, two interceptions (one for a touchdown), two sacks, 10 special teams tackles, three pass knockdowns and a blocked punt. Curran made his first CFL start in Week 8 against Toronto in place of injured linebacker J.C. Sherritt. Curran recorded his first career CFL sack in Week 12 against Winnipeg. Curran recorded a career-high 11 tackles and his first career interception in Week 16 against the Saskatchewan Roughriders earning CFL Defensive Player of the Week honours. In Week 19, Curran recorded 11 tackles and an 56-yard interception returned for a TD against Saskatchewan earning him CFL Defensive Player of the Week honours for a second time that season.
Pro: In Jan. 2010, Curran decided to forgo his senior season and enter the NFL Draft. He was drafted by the Tennessee Titans in the third round (97th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft and played in nine games as a rookie, mostly on special teams. He spent the following year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
College: Curran received a scholarship to play football at Georgia where he became a standout linebacker during his three-year college career (2007-2009). The All-American played in 37 games (30 starts) and ranked 16th in school history with 298 career tackles. He became only the 10th player in school history to lead the team in tackles during multiple seasons (2008-09), and was the first Bulldog to record consecutive 100 tackle seasons since Greg Bright accomplished the feat during the 1996-97 season.
Personal: Curran attended Brookwood High School in Snellville, GA where he competed in wrestling, track and football, playing both linebacker and fullback. Curran’s parents came to the United States from Liberia during the mid-1980s. His middle name, Flomo, means “protector” or “provider” and has been passed down for three generations in his family. As a child, he learned to play the drums, piano and viola, playing at his church and in his high school orchestra.
Curran recently published a book called Free Agent: The Perspectives of a young African American athlete.