Ray Crouse played his college football at UNLV and was signed as a free agent by the Kansas City Chiefs of the NFL in 1982. After his release by KC, Crouse signed with the Calgary Stampeders in November of 1982. Crouse didn't get into any games for the Stamps in 1982, though he is listed on the Calgary all-time roster for that year. Crouse made his CFL debut in 1983, playing all 16 games and having a highly successful rookie season with 703 yards on 124 carries. Crouse also added another 444 yards on 47 receptions to earn West All-Star honours for 1983. Crouse was initially placed on the retired list in May of 1984, then traded to the Toronto Argonauts for running back Nathaniel Jones. The Argos released Crouse in June, 1984 and he signed as a free agent with the Green Bay Packers of the NFL. Crouse remained with the Pack for 1984 and 1985 before being released after the 1985 season. Crouse returned to the CFL in 1986, signing in April with the BC Lions. Crouse started the 1986 season on the reserve list and was activated for only two games. Crouse returned to the Lions for 1987, dressing for 14 games. Crouse was a dual threat for the Lions, rushing for 531 yards on 108 carries and catching 49 passes for 480 yards.
NFL Stats for Ray Crouse
Defensive tackles were first kept in 1987 and special teams tackles were not tracked until 1991.