Austin won't jump ship
According to earlier reports, Ottawa defensive co-ordinator Greg Marshall and Montreal offensive co-ordinator Doug Berry are also being considered.
Sportsnet.ca -- Toronto offensive co-ordinator, Kent Austin, believed to be one of three finalists for the head coaching vacancy in Winnipeg, informed Bomber officials Tuesday that he will be remaining with the Argonauts, according to Sportnet's Football Insider, Eric Tillman.
Austin, who expressed his gratitude to the Bombers for the consideration, cited his happiness with the Argonaut organization as the major factor in his decision-making process. Others, of course, will point to the uncertain future of Bomber general manager Brendan Taman as a contributing factor. Taman, who is very well-liked within the CFL fraternity, is entering the final year of his contract.
The Bombers search, being lead by Taman and his boss, team COO Lyle Bauer, is expected to name a new head coach before Christmas.
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