Former CMU Great Dan LeFevour Retires

Former Central Michigan quarterback Dan LeFevour announced his retirement from professional football this weekend.

A 2010 CMU graduate, LeFevour starred for the Chippewas from 2006-2009, leading to three Mid-American Conference championships. The 30-year-old ranks first in program history in career passes completed (1,171), touchdown passes (102), total offense (15,853) and yards passing (12,905).

LeFevour was twice named the MAC’s Offensive Player of the Year and was three-time First Team All-MAC selection.

Drafted by the Chicago Bears in 2010, LeFevour spent time with five NFL teams, appearing with the Bears (2010), Cincinnati Bengals (2010), Indianapolis Colts (20110, Jacksonville Jaguars (2011) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2016).

Although never seeing action in an NFL regular season game, LeFevour had a five-year career in the CFL, playing for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats (2012-14), Montreal Alouttes (2015), Toronto Argonauts (2016) and Winnipeg Blue Bombers (2017).

In 27 games in Canada, LeFevour completed 235-of-351 passing for 2,260 yards, 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions. He also rushed for 930 yards and 17 touchdowns on 72 carries.