Bob Dyce – Special Teams Coordinator

The man at the helm of one of the deadliest special teams units of the last few years is back in 2020 as Bob Dyce returns for a fifth year as Special Teams Coordinator

Dyce initially joined Ottawa after serving as interim head coach of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, arriving with the REDBLACKS in 2016 and helping the club to a first-ever Grey Cup championship

Coach Dyce also served as special teams boss for the Roughriders from 2013-15, and following a season as offensive coordinator and another as receivers coach, he would take over coaching duties in August 2015.

The Winnipeg native broke into the CFL in 2003 when he was hired as receivers coach for his hometown Winnipeg Blue Bombers, a position he held until 2009. Before going to Winnipeg, Dyce was receivers coach for the Manitoba Bisons at the University of Manitoba, where Dyce had played receiver during his university days.

Dyce won the 101st Grey Cup while with Saskatchewan and became a champion once again with the REDBLACKS in 2016.