Argonauts head coach Ryan Dinwiddie rounds out his '22 coaching staff

Toronto Argonauts new head coach Ryan Dinwiddie speaks to the media during a press conference in Toronto on Friday, Dec. 13, 2019. (Nathan Denette/CP)

Head coach Ryan Dinwiddie will have plenty of new faces on his 2022 Toronto Argonauts staff.

Only linebackers coach Kevin Eiben and defensive backs coach Josh Bell return this season.

The newcomers included Mike Miller (quarterbacks), Kris Sweet (offensive line), Pete Costanza (receivers/pass game coordinator), Edwin Harrison (running backs/quality control), William Fields (secondary coach) and Mickey Donovan (special teams coordinator).

Earlier this month, the Argos had announced the hiring of Corey Mace as their defensive coordinator.

Toronto (9-5) finished atop the East Division last year, Dinwiddie's first with the franchise, before dropping a 27-19 decision to the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the conference final.

Mace and Costanza rejoin Dinwiddie and Bell as at one time all four were assistant coaches together with the Calgary Stampeders.

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