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Bombers' O-line coach bolts for Calgary

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THE Winnipeg Blue Bombers are looking for a new offensive-line coach.

Pat DelMonaco, Winnipeg's offensive-line coach for the past four seasons, was announced on Monday as the new offensive line coach for the Calgary Stampeders.

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Meanwhile, Sportsnet's Arash Madani reported on Twitter Monday night the Bombers will announce this week they have hired Pat Tracey, the longtime defensive co-ordinator at Queen's University, as Winnipeg's new special teams coach.

Craig Dickenson had that job for the Bombers in 2013, but Dickenson is widely expected to take a job in Edmonton, where he has connections to new Eskimos head coach Chris Jones.

Tracey was hired by Queen's in 2000 as their special teams coach and has been the school's defensive co-ordinator since 2001.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 7, 2014 C4

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