Monday, February 2, 2015

Riders Unveil 2015 Coaching Staff

The Saskatchewan Roughriders are pleased to announce their coaching staff for the 2015 CFL season.

Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach: JACQUES CHAPDELAINE
Offensive Line Coach: DAN DORAZIO
Receivers Coach: JASON TUCKER
Running Backs Coach: AVON COBOURNE

Defensive Coordinator: GREG QUICK
Defensive Line Coach: MIKE SINCLAIR
Defensive Backs Coach: TONY MISSICK
Linebackers Coach: TYRONE PETTAWAY

Special Teams Coordinator: BOB DYCE
Assistant Special Teams Coordinator: CORY McDIARMID  
Dan Dorazio joins the Riders after spending the last 12 seasons as offensive line coach with the BC Lions. The veteran coach will be entering his 18th CFL campaign after also spending five seasons with the Calgary Stampeders beginning in 1998.
Mike Sinclair joins the Green and White for his first official season as defensive line coach after spending time with the team last year as a volunteer assistant. He spent the 2013 season as the Chicago Bears defensive line coach.   
Tony Missick comes to the Riders after spending the last four seasons as the Calgary Stampeders defensive backs coach. Prior to joining the CFL coaching ranks, Missick collected extensive coaching experience in the AFL and NCAA ranks.  
Tyrone Pettaway will enter his first CFL season as he joins the Riders as linebackers coach. He spent the last two seasons in the NCAA as defensive coordinator at the N.C. Wesleyan.  
Cory McDiarmid rejoins the Riders after spending last season with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers as linebackers coach. McDiarmid spent the 2013 season with the Riders as a special teams assistant.
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Marc said...

We need a QB coach. Durant's best years are with one and the Riders have the cash to get one. SO GO GET ONE

Anonymous said...

Why isn't Chamblin keeping Barron Miles?

I don't understand his philosophy on changing everything around when they were one injury from being in and maybe winning GC

Anonymous said...

No QB's coach? DD needs one!

Anonymous said...

Real confused as to how Dyce can stay on as ST coach when our ST was sooooooo bad last season.


Anonymous said...

Thank goodness Bobby Dyce decided to stay in Sask !!!