Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Parker Named Defensive Assistant but Stewart, Sweet Dropped from Als' Staff

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Parker Named Defensive Assistant but Stewart, Sweet Dropped from Als' Staff

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Als drop Stewart, Sweet from coaching staff

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MONTREAL - Jacques Chapdelaine will stay on in the dual role of head coach and offensive co-ordinator and Noel Thorpe will be back for a fourth year as defensive co-ordinator, the Montreal Alouettes announced Tuesday.

But the Alouettes are still seeking a special teams co-ordinator to replace Kavis Reed, who took over from Jim Popp as general manager in December.

Anwar Stewart will not return as defensive line coach and offensive line coach Kris Sweet is also gone.

Anthony Calvillo, who began last season as offensive co-ordinator but who was bumped from those duties when Chapdelaine was named head coach in September, stays on as quarterbacks coach.

Andre Bolduc, who was a special teams assistant and later the receivers coach, is the new running backs coach while the man formerly charged with the backs, Paul Charbonneau, takes over the offensive line. …

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