Re-signed with Toronto on February 15, 2013.
2012: Played in 9 games and started in 8 regular season games for Toronto…Week 4, Listed on teams 46-man active roster, but did not dress in a win versus Winnipeg…Week 5-6, Remained on team’s 46-man roster, but did not dress.... Week 8, started at RB, rushed 14 times for 94 yards , caught 5 passes for 41 yards in a win at Calgary….Week 9, Started at RB and had eight (8) carries for 58 yards and a touchdown, caught five 5 catches for 33 yards in a loss to Edmonton….Week 10, Started at RB and had 8 carries for 44 yards …Added 3 catches for 46 yards in a win at Hamilton...Week 11, Started at RB and recorded 16 rushes for 172 yards as well as 6 catches for 67 yards in a win versus Hamilton...Week 12, placed on 1 game IR...Week 13, dressed as RB and recorded 13 rushes for 84 yards in a loss to Montreal.. Week 17, Started at RB and rushed 8 times for 50 yards in a win versus Winnipeg...Week 18, Started at RB and rushed 11 times for 53 yards...caught 1 pass for 4 yards in a win versus Sask...CFL Playoffs Started at RB and rushed 15 times for 88 yards and 1 touchdown and 1 fumble...Caught 4 passes for 51 yards and 1touchdown in a win over Edmonton in Eastern Semi-Final...Started at RB and rushed 13 times for 139 yards and 1 touchdown…Caught 4 passes for 15 yards in a win at Montreal in Eastern Final...2012 Grey Cup Started at RB and rushed 20 times for 133 yards… Caught 8 passes for 62 yards in a win against Calgary where he was named the Grey Cup Most Valuable Player breaking records for the most carriers and yardage by an Argonauts RB in a Grey Cup game.
2011: Dressed in 7 regular season games with five (5) starts for Toronto… Week 3, Made CFL debut starting at RB for the injured Cory Boyd in loss at Montreal and scored his first CFL touchdown (15/07/11)...Rushed 11 times for 39 yards, LG 14...Had a 53-yard TD catch from Cleo Lemon, finishing with 2 catches for 48 yards...Also fumbled twice, losing both...Week 4, Started at RB and scored 2 TDs in loss vs. Winnipeg...Carried 13 times for 74 yards, LG 16 and 2 TDs for his first multi-touchdown game of his career (23/07/11)...Week 5, Started at RB in loss at Edmonton…Carried 20 times for 139 yards, LG 23 and 2 TDs (His second multi-touchdown game in a row)…Week 6, Started at RB in loss vs. Montreal…Caught 1 pass for 11 yards and rushed 10 times for 62 yards, LG 19...Week 7, Added to 46-man active roster but did not dress in loss at Hamilton...Replaced on roster by Cory Boyd…Week 8-15 Remained on 46-man active roster but did not dress…Week 16, Dressed as third string RB and played ST in win vs. Calgary…Carried 3 times for 35 yards, AVG 11.7, LG 24…Made 2 ST tackles…Week 17, Dressed as backup RB and played ST in loss vs. Edmonton…Made 1 ST tackle... Week 18, on 46-man roster but did not dress in win at Winnipeg.
2010: Signed as free agent with Jacksonville Jaguars April 24…Waived by Jacksonville on September 4 as a final training camp cut…Signed a practice roster agreement with the Calgary Stampeders in October.
Played for the New Hampshire from (2006-09)…Four-year letterman at RB and returner...2009 Earned Second-Team ALL-CAA at Running Back…Led the team in rushes in his senior year with 168 catches for 780 yards, and 10 TDs...2008 Carried 99 times for 780 yards with 6 TDs... Led team with 20.4 avg. on 25 kickoff returns with a long of 59...15 receptions for 176 yards and 2 TDs…2007 Played in only nine games due to injury... Led UNH in kick returns with 26.3 AVG…Carried 80 times for 380 yards and 4 TDs...2006 Top returning rusher with 115 carries for 584 yards, and 5 TDs...Recorded 14 catches for 166 yards, and 2 TDs.
Charles Kackert (PRO: KAK-ERT) was nicknamed ‘Chad’ at a young age by his father, Craig Kackert. His mom is Bette Kackert and his sister Jamie works in the not-for-profit sector. Chad was a kinesiology/pedagogy major at New Hampshire where he played football with the younger brother of Argos teammate Alex Buzbee. Chad plays piano and enjoys listening to all types of music. He also enjoys travel as he has driven his car throughout most of North America this off-season.
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