2012 (Wpg): Establishing himself as a starting offensive lineman in his third year in the league, Chris Greaves started all 18 games at left guard and was part of a unit that showed a tremendous amount of progression throughout the season, springing running back Chad Simpson for over 1,000 yards and helping the offence finish fourth in the league in net rushing.
2011 (Wpg): Greaves dressed as Winnipeg’s sixth offensive lineman all season and saw the field in all short-yardage situations. He started the final three regular season games at left guard but his shining moment came on Aug 5/11 when he fielded a short kickoff and returned it eight yards before falling to the turf to protect the football.
2010 (Wpg): Drafted as a defensive lineman, Greaves was converted to the offensive line in training camp and spent the entire season on the active roster. He dressed for five games and made one start at left guard on Sep 5/12 against the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the Labour Day Classic.
Western Ontario Mustangs (CIS): As a defensive lineman, Greaves was named a second team OUA All-Star in his senior year after finishing the season with 17 tackles and 1.5 sacks and was part of a Mustangs defense that tied the OUA lead with 22 sacks.
Winnipeg selected Chris Greaves in the sixth round (45th overall) of the 2010 CFL Canadian Draft.