Weston Dressler's time with the Canadian Football League's Saskatchewan Roughriders has come to an end, after the team announced they had released the wide receiver earlier today (1/14).

Dressler spent his entire professional career with the Roughriders, after going undrafted in the 2008 NFL Draft.

Dressler is third all-time in receiving yards for the Roughriders (7,797) and fifth all-time in receiving touchdowns (50). He also won his first Grey Cup in 2013, according to Riderville.com.

The CFL star attempted to make the jump to the NFL in 2014, signing a FFA contract with the Kansas City Chiefs. Unfortunately, the team waived Dressler later that year.

Dressler graduated from Bismarck High School in 2003 and was a three-time all-state and all-conference selection. He was also named the North Dakota Gatorade High School Play of the Year in 2003, according to Wikipedia.

The wide receiver went on to the University of North Dakota, where he set 19 school records.

There is no word yet on what Dressler plans to do next in his football career.