Mike O’Shea doesn’t have a pen in hand poised to sign a new contract as head coach of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers.
That doesn’t mean, though, that a deal isn’t in the works.
At a press conference Thursday to wrap up the team’s 2022 CFL season, O’Shea said he’s had a couple of conversations with president and chief executive officer Wade Miller.
“But you have to understand we’re still only a few days removed from the Grey Cup loss,” O’Shea said. “The process we’re in right now is still exit interviews (with players).”
O’Shea’s three-year contract with the club expires at the end of the year. He was first hired in early December 2013 and has moulded a winning culture.