STATEMENT ON SCOTT MILANOVICH

Argos Head Coach Scott Milanovich Resigns

Friday, January 27, 2017 — TORONTO – The Toronto Argonauts Football Club announced this evening that Scott Milanovich has resigned from his position as Head Coach to accept a job with the Jacksonville Jaguars as their Quarterbacks Coach.

“We support Scott’s decision to pursue his goals in the NFL and wish him all the best in his new role,” said Michael Copeland, President and CEO for the Argos. “We’ve made significant progress in our search for the Argos’ next General Manager. We hope to conclude the search process shortly. The first order of business for our next General Manager will be to hire the team’s next head coach. We are confident that we will be well prepared for a successful 2017 season. In the interim, all player personnel matters will continue to be executed as planned under the leadership of Assistant General Manager Spencer Zimmerman. On behalf of the entire Argonauts organization, and our fans, I would like to thank Scott for his many contributions and leadership over the past five years.”

The Argonauts also announced that Tommy Condell has joined the Club in the position of Special Advisor. Condell will support the Argonauts with player personnel matters. Most recently the offensive coordinator for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, Condell has also spent time with the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Ottawa Renegades and Winnipeg Blue Bombers.