Winnipeg native and Riders receiver Nic Demski scheduled to work out for NY Giants

Canadian receiver Nic Demski has a workout scheduled with the New York Giants in December.

At six-feet, 208 pounds, Demski has speed (4.56 40-yard time) to go along with a solid frame.

The 24-year-old was injured in the Riders Labour Day weekend win over Winnipeg on September 3 and he didn’t see game action after that. He started the season with two strong games, but an ankle injury and subsequent lower body setback slowed his production and kept him off the field. Demski practised with the green and white to end the season meaning he was healthy.

In nine regular season games, the University of Manitoba product recorded 19 catches for 222 yards and one touchdown and 23 punt returns for 227 yards with a long of 63.

During Demski’s draft year he attended Cleveland Brown’s rookie mini-camp.

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21 Comments on Winnipeg native and Riders receiver Nic Demski scheduled to work out for NY Giants

  1. Brightred // December 8, 2017 at 7:46 pm //

    The team that never was is already disintegrating. Between good players leaving and high salaries being cut,it looks like sask is back to square 1. They will continue to spine their wheels.

    • Better Dead than Red // December 8, 2017 at 9:43 pm //

      Ahahaha!! LOLOLOLOLOLOL heeheehe
      The anti-Rider guy from Calgary is hiliarious. He’s the gift that keeps on giving

    • Get lost Horsie. I’m a Calgary Stampeders fan and you not welcome here. Enough is enough.

      • True green // December 8, 2017 at 10:01 pm //

        Stamps4 you are my hero. I’m a diehard Rider fan and I get so frustrated with the rider versions of donkey on here too. 3down would be a better site without donkey-horsie-whatever he’s calling himself this thread and without the asshat Rider fans that post like him.

        Good luck next season, can’t wait to play you!

      • Stamp4

        I 2nd “True Green’s” reply to your horsie post. This forum would be elevated to higher levels without him & his many imaginary (pseudo-names) friends.

        From another diehard Rider fan. I will echo True Green’s wishes; “Good luck next season, can’t wait to play you!”

    • Get lost Horsie. I’m a Calgary Stampeders fan and you not welcome here. Enough is enough.

    • Lol you are a tool, how many grey cups have you won in the last 2 years being the top team in the entire league?? We haven’t made it to the grey cup game in those years but if we had, it would have been the only thing more enjoyable then watching the Stumpeders lose it 2 consecutive years Lmao!!!!

    • theonlydispassionateriderfan // December 11, 2017 at 10:23 am //

      “Spine” their wheels? Go finish 4th grade, then come back and try again.

  2. Wishful thinking red guy, no “spine”ing wheels here.

  3. Edward Leslie // December 8, 2017 at 8:25 pm //

    Suffered “ a lower body injury.” What is this, the NHL??

  4. 1&4 in their last 5 games // December 8, 2017 at 10:47 pm //

    My little pony at it again?

  5. Colour me green // December 9, 2017 at 12:05 am //

    Very sad

  6. I guess its now time for HorseSheathCleaner (look it up) to begin his annual off season “this is why the Riders will be bad next season” campaign. Sad, pathetic little man who just can’t understand that his words have no relevance or basis in reality.

  7. footballnut // December 9, 2017 at 10:55 am //

    ego booster and nothing more for him… giants always test canadians but hardly any even get an invite to main camp

  8. Good for Nic. Good luck. Thinking he will sign with his hometown Bombers if it doesn’t work out down south.

    • Agreed , good for Nic , hmm these workouts might be the explanation of why things have a been fairly quiet around Rider nation regarding re-signings . Good on The Riders and other organizations encouraging their talented players to explore NFL options. Hopefully things work out for NIC , but would be excellent for Nic to repay the organizations support of him signing a new deal if the NFL thing fails to fly for him. The West will look quite different if Calgary/Edmonton/Riders loose 2 or more players to NFL contracts. Will be exciting to see who the new replacements maybe.

  9. riderontheisland // December 11, 2017 at 10:46 am //

    I don’t see him catching on down south because he hasn’t yet presented a complete package. Concentration problems which have lead to several drops and lack of confidence and his speed in the 40 hasn’t translated to the game. I would like to see him back, but from what he has done to date it wouldn’t be a big loss. Still a young player and time to because a stronger player.

  10. A real long shot to get signed by the NFL even though the new temporary GM for the Giants is a guy who brings a lot of CFL guys in for tryouts. Expect him to go home and play with the Bombers once everything shakes down for him.

  11. theonlydispassionateriderfan // December 12, 2017 at 10:50 am //

    I assume he was Bridge’s ride to the work out, so the Giants figured if he’s there, he may as well catch some passes.

  12. big loss for the riders all the best to him cool to see him make it in the show

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