Marwan Hage

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Marwan Hage
Born: (1981-09-14) September 14, 1981 (age 37)
Beirut, Lebanon
Career information
CFL status National
Position(s) Centre
Height6 ft 2 in (188 cm)
Weight291 lb (132 kg)
College Colorado
CFL draft 2004 / Round: 2 / Pick: 14
Drafted by Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Expansion draft 2013 / Round: 3
Drafted by Ottawa Redblacks
Career history
As player
2004 Jacksonville Jaguars*
20042013 Hamilton Tiger-Cats
2014 Ottawa Redblacks* Oline Coach Eric LaFlamme
*Offseason and/or practice squad member only
Career highlights and awards
CFL All-Star 2010
CFL East All-Star 2007, 2010
Awards 2009 Tom Pate Memorial Award
2010 Leo Dandurand Trophy
2013 Canadian Football League East Division Champion
HonorsCFLPA All-Star Team (2007, 2008, 2009, 2010)

Marwan Hage (Arabic : مروان حاج, Marwān Ḥāja) (born September 14, 1981) is a former offensive lineman who played for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League. Hage played college football for the Colorado Buffaloes. He emigrated from Beirut, Lebanon to Montreal in 1990. Participated in the Jacksonville Jaguars' 2004 training camp. During his retirement announcement in 2014, Hage revealed that he would become the owner of two Tim Hortons franchises in Toronto, Ontario.

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Professional career

Hamilton Tiger-Cats

Hage was selected by the Tiger-Cats in second round of the 2004 CFL Draft. In 2006, he founded the Hage's Heroes program which sends under-privileged children to Hamilton Tiger-Cats home games. In 2009, he was awarded the Tom Pate Memorial Award for his contributions to the Hamilton community. He was named a CFL East All-Star in 2007 and a CFLPA (Canadian Football League Players Association) All-Star in 2007 and 2008. He also won the Leo Dandurand Trophy in 2010 as the Most Outstanding Lineman in the East Division. During the final game played at Ivor Wynne Stadium, Hage was named to the All-Time Hamilton Tiger-Cats Team. He also was a member of the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 2013 East Division championship team and played in the 2013 Grey Cup.

The 2004 CFL Draft took place on Wednesday, April 28, 2004. 53 players were chosen from among eligible players from Canadian Universities across the country, as well as Canadian players playing in the NCAA. Of the 53 draft selections, 35 players were drafted from Canadian Interuniversity Sport institutions.

Tom Pate Memorial Award, selected annually by the Canadian Football League Players' Association, is awarded to a player with outstanding sportsmanship and someone who has made a significant contribution to his team, his community and Association. The award winner must display these qualities such that it distinguishes him from his peers.

The Leo Dandurand Trophy is a Canadian Football League trophy awarded to the Most Outstanding Lineman in the East Division. The winner of this trophy is chosen from a group of nominees, one from each team in the East Division. Either the winner of this trophy or the winner of the DeMarco-Becket Memorial Trophy will also receive the Canadian Football League Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman Award.

Ottawa Redblacks

He was acquired by the Ottawa Redblacks in the third round of the 2013 CFL Expansion Draft. Instead of playing for the RedBlacks, Hage announced his retirement on April 14, 2014. On Tuesday, May 13, his playing rights were acquired by the Calgary Stampeders along with the first overall selection in the 2014 CFL Draft in exchange for Jon Gott.

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The Ottawa Redblacks are a professional Canadian football team based in Ottawa, Ontario. The team plays in the East Division of the Canadian Football League (CFL).

The 2013 Canadian Football League Expansion Draft was a three-round CFL Draft that took place on Monday December 16, 2013. It was designed to assign players from existing CFL teams to the expansion Ottawa Redblacks. The structure of the draft was announced on January 19, 2011, which described one round for selecting import players and two rounds for selecting non-import players. Additionally, the Redblacks were given the last pick in each of the first four rounds of the 2013 CFL Draft and will also be given the first pick in every round of the 2014 CFL Draft.

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Politics

Hage is seeking the Conservative Party of Canada nomination in Hamilton East—Stoney Creek for the next Canadian federal election. [1]

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