Paul McCallum

Paul McCallum

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Paul McCallum (born January 7, 1970, Vancouver, British Columbia) is a professional Canadian football player currently playing as a placekicker and punter for the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League (CFL). He is currently the oldest active player in the CFL.

McCallum played junior football with the Surrey Rams of the Canadian Junior Football League. He then travelled to Scotland to play professional soccer in the Scottish Third Division (his cousin, Brian O'Neill, is also a professional soccer player). In 1993 he returned to Canada and signed as a free agent with the CFL's Hamilton Tiger-Cats. After being released, he had numerous short stints with the Ottawa Rough Riders, BC Lions and Saskatchewan Roughriders through until 1996, when he departed for Scotland again. This time he was hired as the punter/placekicker for the Scottish Claymores of the World League, and was with the team when they won World Bowl '96.

He then returned to Canada to play for the Roughriders again, and in the 1997 season he was their starting placekicker and punter for all 18 games. He played for Saskatchewan from 1997–2004, and additionally was the Las Vegas Outlaws' kicker during the XFL's only season in 2001. In the XFL he wore a jersey reading "CFL Reject".

In the 2004 CFL playoffs McCallum missed a crucial 18 yard field goal in an overtime game against the BC Lions. The Roughriders went on to lose the game,...
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