Receiver Nic Demski agrees to terms with Blue Bombers

Saskatchewan Roughriders wide receiver Nic Demski, left, stretches out for a pass as Winnipeg Blue Bombers defensive back Maurice Leggett looks on during first half CFL action in Regina on Sunday, September 3, 2017. (Mark Taylor/CP)

WINNIPEG — Nic Demski is returning home.

The Winnipeg native agreed to terms with the Blue Bombers on Tuesday, roughly an hour after becoming a CFL free agent.

The six-foot, 210-pound Demski spent his first three CFL seasons with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Demski appeared in 40 career regular, season games, registering 69 receptions for 725 yards and three touchdowns.

He also had 84 punt returns for 729 yards and a TD.

Another Winnipeg native, running back Kienan LaFrance, was also signed to a one-year contract with the Blue bombers on Tuesday.

Standing at five-foot-nine and 205 pounds, LaFrance has recorded 111 carries for 453 yards and two touchdowns, while also registering 28 receptions for 200 yards and two touchdowns as he enters his fourth CFL season.

The Bombers also acquired defensive back Chandler Fenner later Tuesday afternoon.

Fenner, a former NFL player and American native, is joining the team on a two year contract.

He previously played with the BC Lions for two seasons, where he racked up 105 defensive tackles, 32 special teams tackles, a sack, an interception and a forced fumble in 26 games.

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