Offensive Line Coach
In 2021, Luc Brodeur-Jourdain contributed to the Alouettes’ success. The offence led the CFL with 5,205 yards for a 371.8 average per game. The Alouettes also finished first in the LCF with 2021 rushing yards. Regardless of injuries and using four different quarterbacks, his unit only allowed 35 sacks.
Brodeur-Jourdain took his first steps as a coach following his last career-game on July 4, 2019 when he was named the team’s Assistant Offensive Line Coach. With his tutelage, the offensive line limited their opponents to 39 quarterback sacks and created the openings that allowed the team to reach second place in the CFL with 2,236 rushing yards. Brodeur-Jourdain played 11 seasons with Montreal and won two Grey Cups with the team in 2009 and 2010.
In 2017, he won the CFL’s Jake-Gaudaur Veterans’ Award, presented annually to a non-import CFL player who best demonstrates the attributes of Canada’s veterans – strength, perseverance, courage, comradeship and contribution to Canadian communities.
In 2015, Brodeur-Jourdain was voted the Alouettes’ Most Outstanding Canadian player, two years after being named the Alouettes’ Most Outstanding Offensive Lineman. In 2012 and 2014, he was elected to the CFL East Division All-Star Team.
The Saint-Hyacinthe, QC native played with the Université Laval Rouge et Or from 2004 to 2008, helping them to win the Vanier Cup in 2004, 2006 and 2008. Before playing at the university level, Brodeur-Jourdain suited up for the Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu Géants at the Collegial AAA level.