MONTREAL — Bryon Archambault has added duties with the Montreal Alouettes.
The Alouettes appointed Archambault as a defensive assistant coach. He'll also remain the club's Director of National Scouting, a position he assumed in February 2020.
Archambault served as the Montreal Carabins special-teams coach from 2017-2019 under then head coach Danny Maciocia, who's now the Alouettes GM.
Archambault, 29, played two seasons as a linebacker with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats after being taken in the second round, No. 17 overall, in the 2015 CFL draft.
He helped the Carabins win a Vanier Cup title in 2014.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Sept. 28, 2021.