Ticats re-sign leading receiver Rodriguez: "“Prechae developed into an exceptional, game-changing receiver last season, and we were impressed with Chris’ big play ability. We look forward to seeing what these two young receivers can do for us this season.”
Rodriguez, in his first year in the CFL, caught 70 passes for 1,099 yards and seven touchdowns. The six-foot-five receiver had 22 more catches than anyone else on the Tiger-Cats and was runner up for CFL's rookie of the year award.
The rookie hooked up with Quinton Porter last October on 12 passes for 198 yards and three touchdowns against Montreal. He also caught 10 passes in a July game against Edmonton.
Rodriguez, who turned 24 on Wednesday, played collegiately at Auburn."