MIKE MILLER – Quarterbacks Coach

Mike Miller’s latest stop on his well-travelled coaching journey is here in Toronto, where on January 19, 2022 he was named as the Argos quarterbacks coach.

He would finish his first year in Double Blue with a Grey Cup championship.

Miller has extensive experience in the CFL, NFL, NCAA and other pro leagues, including stints as offensive coordinator in Montreal in the CFL and Arizona in the NFL.

A Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native, he received a master’s degree in Education from Robert Morris University, where he would become the team’s offensive coordinator some 20 years later.

After NFL stops in Pittsburgh and Buffalo, Miller joined the Cardinals staff as the wide receivers coach. He would be elevated to passing game coordinator the year they advanced to the Super Bowl and he would be promoted to offensive coordinator for the 2011-12 seasons.

His next stop would be in Montreal in 2013 when he was named offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

Miller’s most recent stop prior to coming to Toronto was with the XFL’s New York Guardians as their wide receivers coach.



2022-Present: Toronto Argonauts, Quarterbacks Coach

2020: New York Guardians (XFL), Wide Receivers Coach

2019-20: Westminster College, Defensive Coordinator

2016-17: Robert Morris University, Offensive Coordinator

2014: Edinboro University, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Coach

2013: Montreal Alouettes, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks Coach

2011-12: Arizona Cardinals, Offensive Coordinator

2009-10: Arizona Cardinals, Passing Game Coordinator

2007-08: Arizona Cardinals, Wide Receivers Coach

2006: Robert Morris University, Defensive Line Coach

2006: Berlin Thunder (NFL Europe), Quarterbacks Coach, Wide Receivers Coach

2004-05: Buffalo Bills, Tight Ends Coach

1999-2003: Pittsburgh Steelers, Offensive Assistant, Assistant Tight Ends Coach

1997-98: Robert Morris University, Graduate Assistant