Acquired: Re-signed on Dec. 7, 2012. Originally signed as a free agent on Feb. 16, 2011.
2014: In 13 games (10 starts), Ramsay has played centre.
2014 Playoffs: In the Western Semi-Final, Ramsay dressed as the backup centre against Saskatchewan.
2013: In 16 games (five starts), Ramsay played centre and right guard. In Weeks 8-17 Ramsay dressed as a backup at right guard. In Week's 18-19, Ramsay started at centre.
2012: Ramsay played 17 games (six starts) at guard. He was on the reserve list for Week 8. He also played in the Eastern Division semifinal.
2011: Ramsay began the season on the 1-game injured list. He was activated for Week 3 and played 16 games (13 starts) at right tackle.
2010: (Hamilton) Ramsay appeared in 13 games and the Eastern Division semifinal.
Career: Originally drafted in the fifth round (39th overall) in the 2006 CFL Canadian Draft by the Toronto Argonauts, Ramsay joined the Double Blue in 2007 after playing out his college eligibility. He played all 18 games and the Eastern Division final in his rookie campaign. Over the next two seasons he started in 33 more games before being traded to Hamilton on June 24, 2010 in exchange for a fourth round pick in the 2011 CFL Draft and a conditional 2013 CFL Draft selection.
College: Ramsay played one season at New Mexico (2006) after transferring from Butte College. He also attended Rocky Mountain College in 2003 where he played one season.
Personal: Ramsay and his wife Sheri reside in Victoria in the off-season and have two kids, Leah and Kole. Brian attended Reynolds High School in Victoria, B.C. and is a former member of the Junior Canadian National Rugby team. He works as an accountant at KPMG in the off-season. His favourite place to eat in Edmonton is the High Level Diner for breakfast.