Canadian Football League

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

The Montreal Alouettes will bring back five of their six assistant coaches from last season and have added two more, the CFL club announced Tuesday.
Only special teams co-ordinator and linebackers coach Daryl Edralin will not be back. The team said Edralin had family commitments.
His replacement is Cory McDairmid, a Nanaimo, B.C. native who has worked in recent years for B.C., Saskatchewan and Toronto.
The Alouettes also moved Andrew Garven, a native of Oakville, Ont., from the football operations department to the coaching staff.
Returning from last season to head coach Don Matthews' staff are offensive co-ordinators Doug Berry and Kevin Strasser, defensive co-ordinator Chris Jones, offensive line coach Steve McAdoo and special teams and defensive backs coach Noel Thorpe


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