Born: April 16, 1973 – Washington, DC
College: Rutgers University, New Jersey
Graduated with degree in Industrial Engineering
- Barcelona Dragons, National Football League Europa
- World Bowl Champions, 1997
- Montreal Alouettes, Canadian Football League, 1997-2002
- Grey Cup Champions, 2002
- BC Lions, CFL, signed as free agent, 2003-2007
- CFL All-Star, 2003
- Grey Cup Champions, 2006
- Retired, 2008
- Defensive Backs Coach, BC Lions, CFL, 2008 - current
- Grey Cup Champions, 2011
- An import with a career total of 484 tackles in 11 CFL seasons, Washington is a member of three Grey Cup Championship teams, twice as a player, once as a coach.
- A natural locker room leader and familiar face in Lions community programs, Washington was recognized for his inspirational play by the Lions in 2003 with the Fred Dietrich Award,.
- In 2006 he was awarded the CFL Players Association's Tom Pate Award for outstanding sportsmanship in addition to significant contributions to his team and community.
- Following retirement Washington became a Canadian network television co-host with Laura-Lynne Tyler Thompson on the program, The Daily: Living Life With Purpose - One Day At a Time.
- Washington is a popular Christian guest and motivational speaker on behalf of Athletes in Action.
- Born in Washington, DC Mark grew up in Washington, his father's name was George Washington and he worked at the White House.