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|Born:||August 20, 1960|
|1984-1985||Ottawa Rough Riders (CFL)|
|1986-1990||Saskatchewan Roughriders (CFL)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|CFL West All-Star||1989|
Tim McCray (born August 20, 1960 in Waycross, Georgia) was a Canadian Football League running back for the Ottawa Rough Riders from 1984 through 1985, and for the Saskatchewan Roughriders in 1986 through 1990. He was an All-Star in 1989, the same year the Roughriders won the 77th Grey Cup.
In 1989, Tim won his first Grey Cup and was selected to the All-West and All-CFL All-Star team for the first time. He established career highs in all offensive categories as well as leading the CFL and breaking the Roughriders record for all-purpose yardage in the season with 2,684 yards. Tim became the sixth Roughrider to break the 1,000-rushing-yard mark with 1,285 yards rushing. Tim placed second in the club with 75 receptions for 749 yards. Tim also led the Roughriders in kick-off returns with 650 yards on 29 returns for a 22.4 average. Tim was the 1989 Saskatchewan Roughriders Molson Cup winner as selected by the fans as the most Popular Player.