During the 105th Grey Cup, DeVier Posey became a hero to many in Toronto. Late in the Canadian Football League Championship game, DeVier caught the game-winning touchdown defeating the Calgary Stampeders 27-24 earning the first championship since 2012 and their 17th championship overall. During the big game, Posey got seven catches for 175 yards and the game-winning touchdown. Not only was he the winner, but he was also named the Grey Cup NVP.
After the game, here is what the MVP put on Instagram:
If you are not familiar with Devier Posey, here is a bit of info about him. Posey was drafted by the Houston Texans in the 2012 NFL Draft with the 68th overall pick in the third round. After spending two years in the Lone Star State, he had a stint in the Big Apple with the Jets and a year in the Rocky Mountains with the Broncos.
After the 2016 season, he moved north of the border to play in the Canadian Football League. He signed with Former Chicago Bears head coach Mark Threstman and the Toronto Argonauts.
Now entering the 2018 NFL season, he has signed a deal with the AFC North Baltimore Ravens