Former Bismarck High Standout Weston Dressler Gets Tryout with Chiefs
With his contract in the CFL set to expire on February 15th, former Bismarck High standout Weston Dressler is ready to show off his skills in the NFL.
Through six seasons in the Canadian Football League with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Dressler caught 43 touchdowns and helped the Roughriders win the Grey Cup this past season.
Now, ArrowheadAddict.com reports that Dressler will have a workout Tuesday with Andy Reid, coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs are in the market for another dynamic receiver and Dressler could be exactly what they're looking for.
Dressler grew up in Bismarck and was a three-time all state and all conference selection at Bismarck High. In 2003, he was named North Dakota Gatorade High School Player of the Year. He went on to UND, where he set 19 school records, according to Wikipedia.