First CFL game (team): July 7, 2005 vs. Calgary (Winnipeg)
College: University of Saskatchewan (1999-03)
Longest-serving player in the CFL to open the 2021 season.
Two-time Grey Cup champion (2019 – Winnipeg, 2012 – Toronto).
Reached the 200 games played mark in July of 2019 with Winnipeg.
CFLPA All-Star in 2017 and 2018.
Member of Lyndon Rush’s bobsleigh team that won the 2009 Canadian four-man championship.
Originally drafted by Edmonton in the fifth round (35th overall) of the 2004 CFL Draft as a receiver.
2002 Hardy Cup champion at Saskatchewan.
Canada West All-Star in 2001 and 2002 at Saskatchewan (WR).
2019: (Winnipeg) Rempel hit the 200-games played mark in the win over Ottawa in early July. He appeared in 15 regular-season games, missing three due to injury, and played in two of the three playoff games after being out out the lineup for the Western Semi-final win in Calgary. He was in the lineup for the Western Final and the Grey Cup, earning the second title of his career.
2018: (Winnipeg) Honoured by the CFL Players’ Association with a berth on their all-star team for the second straight year.
2017: (Winnipeg) Dressed for all 18 games as the Bombers long-snapper, marking the third consecutive season he dressed for every game. Chipped in with two tackles on special teams en route to be named to the CFLPA All-Star team.
2016: (Winnipeg) Played a critical role in helping Justin Medlock earn the CFL’s Most Outstanding Special Teams Player award in 2016, serving as the long snapper for all 18 games.
2015: (Winnipeg) Dressed for 18 games, adding three tackles on special teams.
2014: (Saskatchewan) Joined the Roughriders for the final six games of the 2014 season.
2013: (Toronto) Played all 18 regular season games for a fourth consecutive season
2012: (Toronto) Once again played in all 18 regular season games and added two more majors…Helped the Argos to a Grey Cup championship.
2011: (Toronto) Played in all 18 games as long snapper and added two touchdowns.
2010: (Toronto) Played in all 18 games as long snapper.
2009: (Toronto) Returned to Toronto in 2009 and set a career best with nine receptions for 76 yards. That same season he began working on extending his career as a long-snapper.
2008: (Hamilton) Made three receptions for 48 yards.
2007: (Toronto) Suited up in eight games for Toronto, recording five catches for 70 yards.
2006: (Toronto) Played in eight games for the Argos at receiver.
2005: (Winnipeg) Originally drafted by Edmonton in the fifth round (35th overall) of the 2004 CFL Draft as a receiver. Did not see action with the EE; joined the Bombers later in 2005 and dressed for nine games.