Scott Milanovich's tenure as head coach of the Edmonton Football Team is over before he ever coached a game.

Milanovich resigned from his position on Monday to pursue NFL opportunities.

“Scott informed me this morning that he was resigning as the head coach of the Edmonton Football Team to accept a position in the NFL,” GM/VP of football operations Brock Sunderland said. “It’s disappointing that he was never able to coach a game for our organization due to the pandemic. We wish Scott and his family all the best in his future endeavors.”

 The move comes after TSN's Farhan Lalji reported he was considering the Indianapolis Colts quarterbacks coach position.