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Falcons hire Steelers OC candidate Zac Robinson

Zac Robinson joins Raheem Morris in Atlanta.

Assistant quarterbacks coach Zac Robinson of the Los Angeles Rams looks on during the first quarter against the Los Angeles Chargers during the preseason game at SoFi Stadium on August 14, 2021 in Inglewood, California. Photo by Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images

One of the Steelers’ offensive coordinator candidates is off the market, with the Atlanta Falcons hiring Rams quarterbacks coach and pass-game coordinator Zac Robinson today per NFL insider Ian Rapoport.

Robinson joins former Rams defensive coordinator Raheem Morris in Atlanta. Morris was hired this offseason as the Falcons’ new head coach. Per Rapoport, Robinson was Morris’ “top choice.”

The Steelers reportedly requested to interview Robinson, one of the top coordinator candidates in the NFL, last week.

With Robinson off the table, the only remaining known Steelers offensive coordinator candidates are Kliff Kingsbury, Thomas Brown, and Jerrod Johnson, although only Brown and Johnson have officially met with the team. However, it’s reasonable to expect that the Steelers will still interview more candidates.

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