Roughriders name former QB Marcus Crandell offensive assistant coach

Former quarterback Marcus Crandell is rejoining the Saskatchewan Roughriders as an offensive assistant coach, head coach Ken Miller announced Tuesday.

REGINA — Former quarterback Marcus Crandell is rejoining the Saskatchewan Roughriders as an offensive assistant coach, head coach Ken Miller announced Tuesday.

Crandell spent 11 seasons in the CFL with Calgary, Edmonton and most recently Saskatchewan, throwing for over 17,000 yards and 82 touchdowns.

Crandell will work primarily with the team’s quarterbacks.

“After bringing Marcus in as a guest coach this year and watching him work with our young quarterbacks, we knew we had to find a spot for him on our staff,” Miller said in a release.

Crandell, along with wife Mona and sons Carmelo and Darius, make Regina their year-round home.

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