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Jim Popp Resume

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Coaching Career

in 1996 and Popp was hired as the Montreal Alouettes Vice President, General Manager, Director of Football Operations, and Director of Player Personnel. During his tenure with the Alouettes, Popp has also served three terms as the team's head coach. The Alouettes have been in eight Grey Cup Championships during Popp’s tenure (2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 and 2010), capturing the title three times (2002, 2009 and 2010).

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Under Popp’s guidance, his teams have seen unprecedented success, reaching the playoffs for 20 consecutive seasons, and advancing to the Divisional Championship game 15 times. Popp’s teams have appeared in 10 Grey Cup championship games, winning the Grey Cup four times.

In January 2012, Popp was a finalist for the vacant Indianapolis Colts General Manager position[1]

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He looks awesome as hell. His resume is impressive. It's just unclear if he can have that same kind of success in the NFL. It's kind of like hiring a college coach with no NFL experience. The NFL is a different beast but maybe he can handle it.

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All CFL, and a passing resemblance to Rob Ryan.

Wonder if he has any tattoos :unsure:

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Can we get a resume' for everyone? Why just Popp

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Yeah. Somebody really oughtta work on that.

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Yeah. Somebody really oughtta work on that.

Hmnmm...why hasn't anyone thought of that!?

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he's got nice hair.

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He's got a mean flow. Barry Melrose would be proud.

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Ric Flair would be proud.

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its what i call swag.

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People with mullets would be proud.

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Probably would come cheap by NFL terms.

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