Wide Receiver,  Montreal Alouettes 

Age: 28
Height/weight: 6-1/195
Born: 7/8/1985 Delray Beach, Florida
Resides: Charlotte, N.C./Delray Beach, Fla.
College: Virginia Tech
40 Yard Dash: 4.35
Drafted: Fifth round in 2007 by Green Bay Packers
NFL Statistics: 2010: Played 13 games for the Panthers and New York Jets, catching 7 passes for 124 yards. 2009: In his best season yet, caught 14 passes for 191 yards (13.6 yards/catch) and first NFL touchdown. 2008: Played in 2 games, 1 catch for 26 yards.
College Stats: As a senior at Virginia Tech in 2006, played in 12 games, Leading the  team with 34 receptions for 424 yards, averaged 12.5 yards per reception with a season long of 60 yards.
Family: Brother, Jordan Bean, 15. Brother, Cameron Bean, passed away in April 2003.

PERSONAL FILES
Wackiest prank?
Brett Favre went hunting and killed a duck. He bagged it and put it in Eric Barton’s locker. We came in from practice and everyone saw this big black bag. Eric opened it and there was the dead duck in there. One of the linebackers grabbed it by its head and took it outside.

Nicknames?
DC and Clown Dogg

Tattoos?
15

Best DB I’ve faced:
Darrelle Revis. I used to face him in practice every day. He’s a hell of a corner.

Best offensive players I’ve played with:
Greg Jennings, Jerricho Cotchery, Chad Pennington and Marcus Vick at Virginia Tech.

Closest friends in football:
Kareem Brown, Vernon Gholston, and Abe Elam

Favorite food:
I love to cook and I make soul food all the time. Mac and cheese, baked beans, collard greens and candied yams. Hoping one day to be apart of a competition cooking show. 

Favorite movies:
1. Gladitor
2. American History X 
3. Ghost and the Darkness

What’s in your iPod?
A lot of R&B and jazz. Lil Wayne, Rob Rich, Brisco.

Favorite song:
"Alright" by Ledisi.

Superstitions:
Before a game I put on the same orange shirt I’ve been wearing since high school. It’s pretty raggedy, I’ve worn it during games in high school, college and now the NFL.

Best qualities for a person to have:
An all-around good personality and a sense of humor. If you can’t laugh, there’s something wrong with you.

Charitable endeavors:
The David Clowney Foundation:

We do everything we can to help underprivileged kids earn scholarships for school,.. also active in clothing drives and food drives, especially around the holidays and I Have a big Charity weekend every year South Florida that consist of Bowling Events. Youth Football Camps, Celebrity Baketball Games and lot more. 

My hero is:
Growing up I always looked up to Jerry Rice. I played receiver and safety in high school and I was a big 49ers fan growing up. All the records he’s broken ... Jerry Rice was everything to me as a child.