Rick House

Inducted: 1995

Slotback: 1979-84, 1989-91

Division All-Star: 1990

Dr. Beattie Martin Trophy (Most Outstanding Canadian Player, West Division): 1982

Blue Bombers Most Outstanding Canadian Player: 1982, 1990, 1991

Drafted by the Bombers in 1979, Rick House served two tours with the club – interrupted by a stretch with the Edmonton Eskimos in between – and will be remembered as one of the grittiest receivers in team history. He still ranks fifth in all-time receiving for the Bombers, behind only Milt Stegall, James Murphy, Joe Poplawski and Terrence Edwards. He was part of three Grey Cup teams – 1984 and 1990 with the Bombers and 1987 with the Eskimos – and is a member of the club’s hall of fame.