The Winnipeg Blue Bombers hired Danny McManus and Ted Goveia as assistant general managers on Monday.
McManus will also serve as the director of U.S. scouting while Goveia will be the new director of player personnel.
McManus spent 17 years in the CFL with Winnipeg, British Columbia, Edmonton, Hamilton and Calgary.
The retired quarterback played the first three years of his career in Winnipeg from 1990-92.
The 48-year-old was born in Dania, Florida and played his college ball at Florida State.
The Bombers have made quite a few changes to their coaching staff since their season ended. After going 3-15, head coach Tim Burke was fired. Kyle Walters replaced Joe Mack in the general manager role halfway through the season.
Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterbacks coach Khari Jones and Toronto Argonauts special teams coordinator Mike O'Shea have been rumoured as favourites to fill the vacant head coaching position.