TORONTO – The Toronto Argonauts Football Club announced today their coaching staff for the 2018 Canadian Football League season. Tommy Condell has been named offensive coordinator and Mike Archer, previously the linebackers coach, has been named defensive coordinator. The team has also added Anthony Calvillo as quarterbacks coach and Greg Quick as linebackers coach.

The Argonauts coaching staff will be available to the media at 12:15 p.m. on Monday, March 19, at the Delta Toronto Hotel (75 Lower Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5J 3A6). Media who plan on attending are asked to RSVP by emailing Jacob Dearlove at by no later than 10:00 a.m. ET.

Date: Monday, March 19

Time: 12:15 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. ET

Location: Delta Toronto Hotel (75 Lower Simcoe St, Toronto, ON M5J 3A6)

Toronto Argonauts 2018 Coaching Staff:

Head Coach                                           Marc Trestman

Offensive Coordinator, Receivers          Tommy Condell*

Defensive Coordinator                           Mike Archer*

Special Teams Coordinator                    Kevin Eiben

Quarterbacks                                         Anthony Calvillo**

Running Backs                                      Josh Moore

Offensive Line                                       Jonathan Himebauch

Offensive Quality Control                      Justin Poindexter

Defensive Backs                                   Tyron Brackenridge*

Linebackers                                          Greg Quick**

Defensive Line                                      Kerry Locklin

Defensive Quality Control                     Gavin Lake

Special Teams Asst.                             Wendell Avery

Strength & Conditioning                        J. Aggabao

*Change in title from 2017 | **New additions to the staff

Calvillo spent the last three seasons as part of the Montreal Alouettes coaching staff, fulfilling a number of roles on the offensive side of the ball, including offensive coordinator, receivers coach, and quarterbacks coach. He most recently was Montreal’s quarterbacks coach in 2017. As a player, Calvillo dressed for 329 games across 19 CFL seasons with the Las Vegas Posse, Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and Montreal Alouettes. He won three Grey Cups in Montreal, two of which came back-to-back alongside Argos head coach Marc Trestman and general manager Jim Popp in 2009 and 2010. Calvillo earned CFL All-Star honours five times with Montreal and was named the CFL’s Most Outstanding Player on three occasions (2003, 2008, 2009). The league’s all-time leader in almost every major passing category, including passing yards (79,816), passing touchdowns (455), and completions (5,892), became professional football’s all-time leading passer in 2011.

Quick returns to Toronto after previously serving as the team’s linebackers coach in 2010 and 2011. Since his first stint with the team, he has coached linebackers with the Alouettes (2014, 2016-17) and served as the defensive coordinator for Corey Chamblin with the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Quick brings 37 years of coaching experience to the Argos staff. Most notably, he operated as the head coach at the University of Chicago (1989-93), St. Norbert College (1994-98), and Concord University (2003-08). In six seasons in the CFL, Quick has coached two CFL All-Stars and five divisional All-Stars. During both stints with the Alouettes, he worked alongside Argos GM Jim Popp.

Marcus Brady, the Argos offensive coordinator for the last five seasons, was hired as the assistant quarterbacks coach with the Indianapolis Colts in February. Corey Chamblin has taken a leave of absence from the team.

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Jacob Dearlove Manager, Communications & Content, Toronto Argonauts Football Club
Jacob Dearlove Manager, Communications & Content, Toronto Argonauts Football Club
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The Toronto Argonauts Football Club is a proud member of the Canadian Football League, having captured a league record 17 Grey Cup Championships across a rich 143-year history. The Argonauts take pride in a competitive and exciting on-field product, a relentless effort and involvement in the Toronto community, and a world-class game-day experience at BMO Field.