Danny McManus is leaving the Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
The Hall of Fame quarterback has been named the assistant general manager and director of U.S. Scouting with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
The 48-year-old McManus join Hamilton’s front office in 2009 and a scout and became the team’s Head U.S. Scout in 2011.
McManus won three Grey Cup championships during his 17 year CFL career, including the Ticats’ last title in 1999.
He also played for B.C., Winnipeg, Edmonton and Calgary.
McManus and Bombers GM Kyle Walters played together in Hamilton for several seasons.
The club is still working on hiring a head coach and the names Mike O’Shea and Khari Jones continue to be mentioned the most.
Winnipeg is also looking for a new head coach, with Roughriders quarterbacks coach Khari Jones and Argonauts special teams coordinator Mike O’Shea rumoured as favourites.