Stephen McAdoo is in his third season as the Roughriders’ offensive coordinator and assistant head coach.
During the 2017 regular season, McAdoo’s offence led the CFL with 35 passing touchdowns and was second in the league with 48 TDs overall. As well, Saskatchewan was one of only two teams in the league to boast three 1,000-yard receivers (Duron Carter, Naaman Roosevelt and former Rider Bakari Grant).
Before joining the Roughriders, McAdoo spent two seasons as the offensive coordinator on Chris Jones’ staff with the Edmonton Eskimos.
McAdoo’s CFL coaching resumé also includes four seasons with the Toronto Argonauts as their offensive line coach and four seasons with the Montreal Alouettes, for whom he served as offensive line and running backs coach before becoming their co-offensive coordinator.
He won Grey Cup titles with the Eskimos in 2015 and the Argonauts in 2012.
Before starting his CFL coaching career, McAdoo was the offensive line and tight ends coach at Tennessee Tech University (from 1999 to 2002) and the tight ends coach at his alma mater, Middle Tennessee State University (1996-98).
McAdoo’s playing career included four seasons as an offensive lineman at Middle Tennessee State. The product of Murfreesboro, Tenn., signed as a free agent with the NFL’s Cleveland Browns in 1993 before spending the 1994 and 1995 seasons with the Shreveport Pirates during the CFL’s expansion experiment into the United States.