CALGARY (660 NEWS) — As we wait on news from the Canadian Football League on the upcoming season, Calgary Stampeders head coach Dave Dickenson has named his staff.
“Continuity has been a key element in our success over the years, and I’m very happy to have all these familiar faces as part of our coaching staff,” Dickenson explained in a media release on Tuesday. “A few of the coaches have some different roles, and I’m confident they will thrive with these added responsibilities.
“Like so many people in this country, we miss being on the field this year but we’re looking forward to returning to action in 2021. With this group of coaches, I know we’ll be prepared when circumstances allow us to start playing again.”
His 2021 staff includes:
– Mark Kilam, special teams coordinator and assistant head coach
– Pat DelMonaco, offensive-coordinator and offensive line coach
– Brent Monson, defensive coordinator
– Marc Mueller, quarterbacks and running backs coach
– Dwayne Cameron, defensive backs coach and CFL draft coordinator
– Corey Mace, defensive line coach
– Marquay McDaniel, receivers coach
Two faces will not be returning: running backs coach George Cortez and defensive backs coach Joshua Bell.
Taylor Altilio moves from special teams assistant to strength and conditioning coordinator.
Everyone is also returning in the front office: general manager John Hufnagel, director of player personnel Brendan Mahoney, director of U.S. scouting Cole Hufnagel, regional scouting consultant Russ Lande, director of football operations Nick Bojda and director of football administration Molly Campbell.
Combined, the group has more than 70 years of experience with the Calgary organization.