You would possibly assume Winnipeg head coach Mike O’Shea hit it on the screws when he guess on himself and allowed his contract to run out on the finish of this season, reasonably than negotiate an extension with GM Kyle Walters. In any case, O’Shea simply guided the Bombers by way of the season-ending harm to beginning QB Matt Nichols and the drug-related suspension of star working again Andrew Harris to a Gray Cup victory over Hamilton, the workforce with the most effective regular-season file. The Bombers gained two playoff video games on the street to get there, and that’s no small feat both. Previous to kickoff in Calgary, Walters mentioned the 2 had reached a verbal settlement for O’Shea to return. Then the Bombers pulled off an upset and the worth for O’Shea’s continued companies ought to have gone up. In concept. If not, the place is the inducement? Nevertheless, the Bombers nonetheless need to adjust to the CFL’s soccer operations wage cap, which was set at 2.588 million for each 2019 and 2020. It covers as many as 11 coaches, in addition to 14 different personnel together with common supervisor, assistant GM, scouts and coaching workers. If O’Shea will get a big wage ...