Milt Stegall

Milt Stegall

Milton Eugene Stegall (born January 25, 1970) is a retired professional gridiron football player who played 17 years of professional football, three years in the National Football League with the Cincinnati Bengals and 14 years in the Canadian Football League with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Stegall was an All-Star receiver for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the CFL. Spanning an illustrious 14 year career from 1995–2008, he held several major CFL records upon his retirement including most career receiving yards, and currently holds the record for career receiving touchdowns and most touchdowns scored. In 2012 he was elected into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame.

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Winnipeg Blue Bombers - Notable Seasons - The Milt Stegall Era: 1995–2009
... Milt Stegall joined the Bombers in 1995 after a 3-year career returning kicks and seeing spot duty at receiver with the Cincinnati Bengals ... In 1997 Stegall set a new league record that still stands today for average gain per reception with 26.5 yards on 61 catches for 1616 yards, including 14 touchdowns ... Bay Packers if not for a serious knee injury at the end of training camp, Stegall remained the team's primary receiver ...
List Of Canadian Football League Records (individual) - Touchdowns
... Most Touchdowns, career Milt Stegall (SB) 147 George Reed (RB) 137 Mike Pringle (RB) 137 Allen Pitts (SB) 117 Geroy Simon (SB) 101 Brian Kelly (WR) 97 Derrell Mitchell (SB) 94 Most Touchdowns, one season Milt. 1956) 17 Larry Key (1981) 17 Cory Philpot (1995) 17 Most Receiving Touchdowns, career Milt Stegall 144 Allen Pitts 117 Geroy Simon 100 Brian Kelly 97 Derrell Mitchell 90 ...