The Montreal Alouettes promoted Luc Brodeur-Jourdain to offensive line coach after beginning his coaching career as the Als assistant o-line coach in 2019.
Brodeur-Jourdain played his final game as a player in Week 4 last season. The St. Hyacinthe, Quebec native suited up in Montreal’s home opener and helped the Alouettes earn their first win of the season.
Through 12 years in the CFL, Brodeur-Jourdain played 168 games all with the Als. He was named a CFL all-star in 2012 and East Division all-star in 2014. The Laval University product was selected in the sixth round, 48th overall by Montreal in the 2008 CFL Draft. The six-foot-two, 309-pound blocker won two Grey Cups with the Alouettes (2009 and 2010).
Brodeur-Jourdain’s playing experience should help him be relatable as a coach.