|Date of birth:||1917|
|Place of birth:||England|
|Date of death:||September 29, 2003 (aged 85–86)|
|Position(s):||Offensive End/Defensive Halfback|
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|High school:||Northern Secondary School (Toronto)|
Toronto Balmy Beach Beachers|
Toronto Navy Bulldogs
St. Hyacinthe-Donnacona Navy
|Career highlights and awards|
|CFL All-Star:||1941, 1945|
|Honors:||Grey Cup champion - 1937, 38, 44, 45, 46, 47, 50|
Starting in 1937 he went on to a record setting career. His first stint with the Toronto Argonauts lasted 5 seasons and netted him two Grey Cup championships. During World War Two he played for several Navy teams; Toronto Navy Bulldogs and Halifax Navy, and in 1944 another Grey Cup with St. Hyacinthe-Donnacona Navy. He returned to the Double Blue in 1945 for six more seasons and four more Cups, having played 90 games, 14 playoff games, and six Cup matches for the Boatmen. He finish his career in 1951 with the Saskatchewan Roughriders where he just missed yet another championship with their close Cup defeat.
In all, Wedley collected seven Grey Cup championships, the most by any player until his record was later tied by Bill Stevenson and Hank Ilesic. He was also an all-star in 1941 and 1945 with the Argos.
Wedley would go on to coach junior football, starting with the ORFU Oshawa Raiders intermediate team in 1953.
He died September 29, 2003.
- CFLAPEDIA entry: Jack Wedley
- Cup Hardrocks - 1951 article
- 2006 Toronto Argonauts Media Guide
- 2012 CFL Media Guide and Record Book
- Wedley to Coach Oshawa Raiders, Ottawa Citizen, March 25, 1953