Hamilton Tiger-Cats offensive coordinator Tommy Condell has withdrawn his name from possible head coach positions around the CFL.
Being told that #TiCats OC Tommy Condell has informed #RedBlacks #Eskimos & #BCLions that he is not interested in interviewing for their head coach positions. wants to remain in Hamilton. I believe he would have been a longshot for any of those teams. CFLonTSN @CFL
— Farhan Lalji (@FarhanLaljiTSN) November 30, 2019
Condell called the plays for the most prolific offence in the CFL, scoring 551 points — 30.6 per game. Even after franchise quarterback Jeremiah Masoli went down with a season-ending ACL knee injury, the Ticats offence produced with Dane Evans at QB.
Evans took over the starting quarterback job and went 10-2 during the regular season and helped the Tabbies reach the Grey Cup. The 26-year-old passed for 3,754 yards with 21 touchdowns and 13 interceptions completing 72 percent of his attempts.
Brandon Banks was named the Most Outstanding Player leading the three-down circuit with 112 receptions for 1,550 yards and 13 touchdowns in Condell’s offence. Banks was one of four CFL all-stars on Condell’s offence.
Bralon Addison had a breakout season with 95 catches for 1,236 yards and seven touchdowns. Offensive linemen Brandon Revenberg and Chris Van Zeyl had standout season, the latter claimed the Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman award.
Condell was a key coaching piece with Orlondo Steinauer leading the way as the Ticats set a franchise record with 15 wins in the regular season.