Dickenson is in the third season of his second go-round as the Roughriders’ special-teams coordinator. He previously worked with the team during the 2011 and 2012 seasons.
Dickenson is in his 16th season as a CFL coach and his 13th as a special-teams coordinator. Before returning to Saskatchewan in 2016, the product of Great Falls, Mont., spent two seasons with the Edmonton Eskimos and one with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Dickenson also previously spent seven CFL seasons with the Calgary Stampeders, serving as their special-teams coordinator in five of those seasons, and one campaign with the Montreal Alouettes.
He is a two-time Grey Cup champion, having won CFL titles with the Eskimos in 2015 and the Stampeders in 2008.
The former University of Montana kicker also was a special-teams assistant for the NFL’s Oakland Raiders (in 2010) and the San Diego Chargers (2000-01). Before embarking on his pro coaching career, Dickenson also worked in the university ranks at Montana and Utah State.