WINNIPEG, MB - The 6’0, 210-pounder from Winnipeg signed a one-year contract with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers on the first day of CFL free agency.
The former first round, sixth overall pick of the Saskatchewan Roughriders in the 2015 CFL draft has spent the last three seasons with the Riders. Last season Demski suited up in nine games, finishing with 19 receptions for 222 yards and one TD before suffering a knee injury in week 11 which forced him out for the season. In 40 career CFL games, Demksi has amassed 725 yards and three touchdowns. Demski is also a threat on special teams, returning 84 punts for 729 yards and a touchdown during his three seasons in Saskatchewan.
Demski returns home to familiar territory. He spent four seasons with the University of Manitoba Bisons where he was named a CIS All-Canadian and Canada West All-Star in all four seasons.
Bill Burfoot, Manitoba Post
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