The Kansas City Chiefs are hoping to be the ones who find the next great Canadian Football League (CFL) player. The Chiefs are hosting a soon-to-be CFL free agent this week in a workout. The player's name is Weston Dressler and he is a receiver.

Dressler, who won the 2008 rookie of the year in the CFL, is scheduled to be a free agent on February 15. Multiple reports have stated that he is working out with the Chiefs on Tuesday.

620 CKRM sports has learned Weston Dressler's NFL tryout is with the Kansas City Chiefs. Dressler leaves for Missouri today and will work out with coach Andy Reid's Chiefs on Tuesday.

Dressler's contract with the Roughriders is due to expire on February 15 at which time he's free to sign with any pro team. The University of North Dakota product has spent the past six seasons in Saskatchewan where he's had five, one-thousand yard seasons and been named CFL All-Canadian twice. He's also a five-time division All-Star.