geroy simon cfl 2014

The Canadian Football League's all time leader in catches and receiving yards is reportedly set to retire. Per TSN, slotback Geroy Simon is set to call it quits and retire after spending 15 years in the CFL.

Simon, who is 38 years old, played for the Saskatchewan Roughriders this past season. He had 40 catches for 565 yards and three touchdowns for the Roughriders in 2013, where they won the Grey Cup that year.

Simon, however, has spent most of his career playing with the B.C. Lions. He had two seasons where he had over 100 receptions. For his career, he has caught 1,029 passes for 16,352 yards and 103 touchdowns.

Simon had a couple of stints in the NFL, where he played for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He joined the CFL in 1999, where he began his illustrious and Hall of Fame worthy career.

Congrats to Simon on a storied career in the CFL.


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