Milt Stegall spent an illustrious seventeen years playing professional football.  Milt spent three years in the NFL with the Cincinnati Bengals, and fourteen years in the CFL with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.

Stegall’s giftings in football allowed him to continually shine.  In his career, he scored the winning 100 yard touchdown reception which lead the Bombers to a 25-22 victory over the Eskimos with no time left on the clock (2006).  He had 254 yards in the game.  In 2007, he scored the game tying touchdown against the Edmonton Eskimos tieing the all time touchdown record which was shared with George Reed and Mike Pringle (137 TD).  That same year, he became the CFL’s all time touchdown leader after scoring his 138th touchdown against the Tiger-Cats.  In 2008, Stegall became the leader in receiving yards beating out Allen Pitts’ previous record (now held by Geroy Simon).

2009 marked Stegalls retirement from the CFL, and began a career with TSN as a guest analyst.

Milt’s life is an example of hard work, commitment, discipline, and success.  Milt travels around the world as a motivational speaker empowering executive, non-profits, and youth to maximize their potential.

Milt’s life, indeed, has been impactful to his fans, and serves as a shining example to all those who come into contact with him.