Former Saskatchewan Roughriders head coach Corey Chamblin is the new head coach of the Toronto Argonauts.
Chamblin, who coached the Riders the last time they won the Grey Cup in 2013, had been the team’s defensive coordinator in 2017. He spent 2018 at the University of Arkansas as quality control and defensive backs coach.
“We believe Corey is the best possible fit to help bring the Toronto Argonauts Football Club back to the top of the CFL,” Argos president Bill Manning said in a statement. “Our organization’s ultimate goal is to win Grey Cups for our city and fans and bringing Corey back to Toronto is the first step in reaching those goals.”
After winning the Grey Cup in 2017, the Argos had the worst record in the CFL last season at 4-14.