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Weston
Dressler
#7 Wide Receiver
Weston
Dressler
#7 Wide Receiver
Height 5'7
Weight 168 lbs
Birth Date (Age) 1985-07-14 (33)
Born Bismarck, ND
School North Dakota
INT / NAT INT
Receptions 28
Yards 319
Touchdowns 2
Average 11.4

Honour Roll

-CFL All-Star, 2012, 2013
-West Division All-Star, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013
-CFL Most Outstanding Rookie, 2008
-Jackie Parker Trophy (Most Outstanding Rookie, West Division), 2008
-Saskatchewan Roughriders Most Outstanding Player, 2011, 2012
-CFL Players Association All-Star, 2012

2017: Blue Bombers

Injuries limited Dressler to 11 games in 2017, but he was still productive as he finished with 51 receptions for 691 yards and three touchdowns…
Finished with seven carries for 67 yards, as well… Led the Bombers in receiving in five of his 11 games and posted three of their five 100-yard receiving efforts… Now has 31 100-yard receiving games in his career, ranking him in the CFL’s Top 20, and 61 TDs.

2016: Blue Bombers

Joined the Bombers in late January as a free agent, following his release from Saskatchewan… Appeared in 14 games and led the club in receiving with 1,003 yards on 80 receptions… Ranked 15th in the CFL in receiving yards and 16th in yards from scrimmage… Among his 80 catches in 2016 were seven receptions for 30-plus yards and 16 for second-down conversions.

2008-15: Saskatchewan Roughriders

Spent eight seasons with the Riders where he was their leading receiver three times (2008, 2009, 2012). During that time, he ranked first overall on the club’s receiving list with 7,797 yards on 539 receptions for 50 TDs… Was part of the 2013 Riders Grey Cup team… Signed a futures contract with Kansas City in 2014 and returned to Saskatchewan as a free agent in August 2014.

College

Dressler spent four seasons at the University of North Dakota where he set a school record with 1,272 receiving yards on 76 receptions in 2007… Finished his career at UND ranked first all-time with 3,382 yards on 243 catches and 38 touchdowns… Left North Dakota with 19 school records to his credit and was voted the school’s Athlete of the Year in 2007-08… Named as an All-American by five different organizations and collected three consecutive Academic All-NCC Conference selections… Selected to the Conference All-Star squad four straight years.

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