VANCOUVER — The B.C. Lions added former stalwart defensive lineman John Bowman to their training body of workers Monday.
Bowman, the Montreal Alouettes profession chief in sacks (134), will function the Lions defensive position trainer this season.
Bowman spent his complete 14-year CFL profession with Montreal (2006-19). He gained two Gray Cups with the franchise (2009-10) and retired in 2021 ranked 6th all-time in league historical past in sacks.
“John will probably be an excellent addition to our body of workers as we proceed the stairs towards construction for 2022 and past,” Rick Campbell, the Lions head trainer/co-general supervisor, mentioned in a commentary. “With (defensive co-ordinator) Ryan Phillips main the unit and Travis Brown doing a forged task with our linebackers final season, our defensive room will probably be arrange for extra good fortune this coming season.”
Bowman used to be two times a CFL all-star and named an East Department all-star 9 instances.