Never, ever, utter the words "I can't".
|Height: 6.00||Born: Kingston, ON|
|Weight: 245||College: Bishop's|
|Birthdate: 1987-06-22||Years: 3 BC / 3 CFL|
Cronk signed as a free agent with the Lions on May 30, 2011.
2012: In his second CFL season, Tim assumed the critical role of long-snapper, taking over from Dan McCullough who retired prior to the season. He notched five special team tackles while playing in all 18 regular season games and the 2012 Western Final.
2011: Tim made his CFL debut on Aug 13/11 vs Winnipeg and played in 12 regular season games as a rookie. He was released by the Lions after training camp on Jun 23/11 but re-signed on Aug 8/11 and enjoyed a role on special teams where he collected seven tackles. Tim had a huge game on Sep 17/11 vs Calgary recovering two fumbles including a 31-yard return of a blocked punt by Paris Jackson for a touchdown. He did not dress for the 2011 post-season due to injury.
Games Played: Career: 30; Playoff: 1; Grey Cup: 0
2011-2012: Tim has now logged 30 career regular season CFL games over two seasons with 12 special teams tackles and no fumbles as long snapper. He has dressed for each of the club’s last 30 regular season games, but missed the 2011 post-season including the Grey Cup due to injury.
Tim was signed as a supplemental free agent with the Lions on May 30, 2011 following the CFL Draft.
2006-2010: Tim appeared in 44 games over five seasons at Bishop’s University, recording 220 rushing yards on 47 carries and 205 more through the air on 19 receptions. Prior to his arrival at Bishop’s, he played for the Kingston Limestone Grenadiers (OVFL).
Tim majored in Sociology with a double-minor in Health Studies and Criminology while at Bishop’s. He has been playing football since the age of 12 and lists his father, Bob, as his biggest fan. Tim’s lasting football memory to date is a 38-yard TD catch versus rival McGill.
He’s a big fan of mixed martial arts and incorporates it into his training regime as much as possible.
Tim spends much of the offseason in the Vancouver area and enjoys country music as well as hits from the 80’s. He was college teammates with current Leos Shawn Gore and James Yurichuk.