WIDE RECEIVERS COACH
A two-time Grey Cup champion (2003, 2005), Tucker spent seven seasons with the Green and Gold (2002 – 2008), where he was named a CFL West and CFL All-Star in 2002 and from 2004 – 2006. Tucker was named the 2003 Grey Cup MVP when he recorded 132 receiving yards. He appeared in 100 games where he caught 388 receptions for 7,046 yards and 59 touchdowns and also set a then-Eskimos record with a 105-yard reception from Ricky Ray on July 6, 2005.
After sustaining a career-ending injury in 2008, Tucker announced his retirement and joined the Eskimos coaching staff where he coaches the wide receivers from 2009 to 2010. From 2012 to 2014, Tucker coached the Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receivers before going to the NFL’s Tennessee Titans to become their assistant wide receivers coach from 2015 to 2016. He would return to the CFL in 2018 to become the wide receiver coach for the Montreal Alouettes for one season.
|2019||Wide Receivers, Edmonton Eskimos|
|2018||Wide Receivers, Montreal Alouettes|
|2015-16||Assistant Wide Receivers, Tennessee Titans|
|2012-2014||Wide Receivers, Saskatchewan Roughriders|
|2009-10||Wide Receivers, Edmonton Eskimos|