Glen Young returns in 2018 for his third season with the club and has added the defensive line to his duties.
The Bombers defence finished third in the league in both quarterback pressures and turnovers, with 116 pressures and 28 turnovers in 2017.
Born in Scarborough, Ont., Young played pro football for 13 years, spending time in both the CFL and NFL with Montreal, Toronto, Edmonton, and San Diego. In 122 CFL games, Young registered 262 tackles and seven sacks, and also won two Grey Cups with the Eskimos. He retired before the start of the 2006 season.
Young joined the Blue Bombers after spending three seasons at The College at Brockport as the team’s Defensive Coordinator and Assistant Head Coach. Before that, he spent time at Hampden-Sydney College in Virginia as the team’s Linebackers Coach and Special Teams Coordinator. During his tenure there, the Tigers posted a 41-9 record.