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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