I'e been touting Chang as a CFL QB for quite awhile so I was really pleased to see he may get a shot in Hamilton--too bad it couldn't be with the Argos though. Although he's been to 3 NFL camps and was a very late cut of the Eagles last season, he is really suited to the CFL game. If he can't be an Argo, I'd at least like to see him in the league.
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Date of birth October 9, 1981 (age 25)
Place of birth Waipahu, Hawaii
Statistics Pro Football Reference
2005 Arizona Cardinals
2005 Detroit Lions
2006 Rhein Fire
2006 Philadelphia Eagles
Timothy Kealii'okaaina Awa Chang (born October 9, 1981 in Waipahu, Hawaii) is an American football quarterback famous for leading the Warriors of University of Hawai'i. He is currently a free agent. He was signed by the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL in 2005, but was cut in training camp. That year, Chang also played in the preseason for the Detroit Lions but did not make the final roster. He then signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, who allocated him to the NFL 'AAA'Europe in 2006. He played for the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe for the 2006 season, in which he completed 50 of 89 passes for 659 yards, 4 touchdowns and 3 interceptions, while sharing playing time with Drew Henson. He was in training camp with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2006, but was cut before the start of the regular season.
 Collegiate Records and Recognition
He currently holds the NCAA Division I-A all-time interception record with 80. He also holds records for total offensive yards (16,910), most passing yards (17,072), most career plays from scrimmage (2,587), most passes attempted without an interception (70), and is second to Ty Detmer's 121 touchdown passes (117).
Chang was MVP of the 2003 Hawaii Bowl and Co-MVP with Chad Owens of the 2004 Hawaii Bowl in victories over Houston and UAB, respectively.