Glanville leaving as Ti-cats’ coach
Jerry Glanville has resigned as the Hamilton Tiger-cats’ defensive coordinator because of personal reasons.
The Ti-cats announced Friday that the 77-year-old Glanville would not return for a second season with the Canadian Football League team.
“I hate that I won’t be able to come back to Hamilton next season to finish what we started in 2018,” said Glanville, the former head coach of the NFL’S Houston Oilers and Atlanta Falcons. “The future is bright because there are so many good people and great players throughout the organization. I will be a Tiger-cat for life.”
Working under former head coach June Jones this year, Glanville helped guide the Tiger-cats to an 8-10 regular-season record and a spot in the East final.