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Born 23 January 1986
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On August 19, 2014, McCain signed with the Billings Wolves of the Indoor Football League.


On March 15, 2013, McCain signed with the Sioux Falls Storm of the Indoor Football League.

On December 4, 2013, McCain signed with the Harrisburg Stampede of the Professional Indoor Football League.


In March 2012, McCain signed with the Cedar Rapids Titans of the Indoor Football League.


On January 24, 2011, McCain signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. He was released on June 1, 2011. Due to issues with his passport


In April 2010 McCain attended Rookie Mini Camp with the Seahawks, But was not offered a contract.

On October 5, 2010, McCain signed with the Utah Blaze of the Arena Football League. Upon signing with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League on January 24, 2011, the Blaze placed him on the "Other League Exempted" list two days later.


In June 2009, McCain signed with the Billings Outlaws of the Indoor Football League. McCain made an immediate impact in his debut catching five passes for 33 yards, including a spectacular nine yard touchdown late in the first quarter against the Sioux Fall Storm at Rim Rock Arena in Billings, Montana. Head coach, Heron O'Neal of the Billing Outlaws later stated "He looked good. Very good considering he was only here five days and had to learn our offense that quick" said O'Neal. "He's a playmaker. He's 6'6", he runs a 4.4 (in the 40 yard dash) and he has great hands."McCain helped the Outlaws capture the first ever Indoor Football League Championship, where he had 4 catches for 46 yards and two touchdowns. Standout Outlaw receiver James Walton described McCain as a "phenomenal rookie" in an interview with the Billings Gazette. In seven games, McCain had six receiving touchdowns.


McCain signed with the BC Lions on September 30, 2008. He was released on May 13, 2009.


After going undrafted in the 2007 NFL Supplemental Draft, McCain signed with the Quad City Steamwheelers in March 2008.


Prior to the start of the 2005 season, McCain was named to the 2005 NJCAA Pre-Season All American Team. In his sophomore season, McCain started all 11 games and had 49 catches for 933 yards and 11 touchdowns. McCain helped lead the undefeated Gauchos to a 2005 NJCAA National Football Championship, where he was voted the 2005 NJCAA National Championship MVP, and named the best receiver in Glendale Community College history by NJCAA Hall of Fame Head Coach Joe Kersting. In the Valley of the Sun Bowl, McCain had six catches for 177 yards and one touchdown.


McCain signed a letter of intent to play with the Glendale Community College Gauchos, in Glendale, Arizona, in 2004. As a true freshman, McCain started 6 games and earned ALL WSFL First Team Wide Receiver Honors.


Eric McCain (born January 23, 1986) is a former professional gridiron football wide receiver. He was signed by the Quad City Steamwheelers as a street free agent in 2008. He played college football for the Glendale Community College.

Eric McCain was born on January 23, 1986, in Flagstaff, Arizona. McCain started playing football at the age of five years, in Pop Warner Football. McCain attended Coconino High School, where he starred in Basketball and Football. In McCain's senior season at Coconino High School, He lettered in football and helped lead the 2003 Coconino Panthers Football team to a Div 4-A Playoff Berth and earned 2003 Grand Canyon All-Region and All-State Wide Receiver honors.