This is Quick's bio from the Rider site:
[i]Quick arrives in Saskatchewan with a wealth of coaching experience spanning over 30 years in both the professional and collegiate levels. Most recently Quick was the linebackers coach for the Montreal Alouettes in 2014.
Quick joined the Northwood University Timberwolves as the team’s offensive coordinator for the 2012 season after spending the 2010 and 2011 seasons as linebackers coach with the Toronto Argonauts.
Quick’s coaching career dates back to 1979 when he was named the defensive coordinator at Emporia State. He then went on to Heidelberg College as offensive coordinator in 1985 before moving to New Mexico State where he was linebackers coach. His first head coaching experience at the collegiate level came at the University of Chicago in 1989, a position he held for five seasons. He was then the head coach at St. Norbert College from 1994 to1999 before eventually holding the same role at Concord University from 2003 to 2008.[/i]
The guy has coached for over 30 years as a pro and in college. Has been LB coach, DC, OC, and head coach during that time. He did very good work with our linebackers last year (though, of course, he had a great group in Cox, Woods, and Venable/Hebert).
Quick has coached for longer than most of the players under him have been alive but he's taking orders from a guy with seven years of coaching experience and only one year of experience as a defensive coordinator. IMO he's pretty much just a cipher in Chamblin's vision for the D at the moment.