Gregory R. Mohns (May 1, 1950 – July 25, 2012) was a football executive and coach who served as the Assistant General Manager and Director of Player Personnel of the Toronto Argonauts until February 19, 2010.
In 1998, Mohns joined the B.C. Lions as an assistant to team President Glen Ringdal. When his friend Adam Rita made the move to General Manager, Mohns became the Lions’ Head Coach. Mohns' Lions went a 22-12 in his 34 games as head coach, giving him the second highest winning percentage in Lions history at the time. He currently ranks third all-time in winning percentage Mohns served as the Director of Player Personnel for San Francisco Demons during the XFL's only season. He returned to Toronto in 2003 as the Director of Football Operations and Player Personnel. In 2005, Mohns was promoted to Assistant General Manager. He served this role until 2010. Mohns was the director of player personnel for the UFL's Omaha Nighthawks at his time of death on July 25, 2012 of throat cancer, he was 62.