Bob Slowik, 64-year-old, is entering his first season in the CFL and will be the Alouettes Defensive Coordinator.

He was a coach in the NFL from 1992 to 2013. The 64-year-old spent some time with the Alouettes as a guest coach during the 2018 season. Over his twenty- one years of coaching, his teams qualified for the playoffs on eight occasions. He started his coaching career in the NFL on a strong note, winning a Super Bowl with the Dallas Cowboys in 1992, as a defensive assistant. He then joined the Chicago Bears as a Defensive Coordinator and his team finished third for points allowed in 1993. After six seasons with the Bears, Slowik joined the Cleveland Browns for one season before Green Bay Packers hired him in 2000. From 2001 to 2004, Sherman and Slowik helped the Packers make the playoffs each season and won three consecutive division championships.

 

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