Steelers officially announce the hiring of Aaron Curry as linebackers coach
After it was rumored over the weekend Curry was joining the coaching staff, the Steelers have formally announced the hiring.
Steelers are expected to name Eddie Faulkner of N.C. State as their new RB coach
The Steelers next running back coach will be Jaylen Samuels’ former position coach at college according to multiple reports.
Steelers add Joey Porter to coaching staff
Porter had previous coaching stints with the Steelers as an intern and with Colorado State.
Challenge for Saxon isn't just with Bell
Adrian Peterson was clearly the unquestioned back, just like Le'Veon Bell will be in 2014. But what Saxon can do to develop those behind Bell may be his biggest challenge as the Steelers' running backs coach.
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Steelers hire a new RB coach
In what turns out to be an interesting swap, running backs coach Kirby Wilson left Pittsburgh for the same position with the Vikings, while James Saxon is coming to the Steelers from Minnesota.
Richard Sherman and the NFL culture of respect
in which the author explores the quaint old-fashioned notion of sportsmanship and why it seems to be lacking in these degenerate days...
Ravens to interview Wilson for OC position
Division rival Baltimore will interview Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson for its open offensive coordinator job left by Jim Caldwell, who is now the head coach of the Detroit Lions.
Butler will stay in Pittsburgh
Steelers defensive coordinator-in-waiting Keith Butler will not accept a position under Ken Whisenhunt in Tennessee, choosing to remain in Pittsburgh for "undisclosed reasons."
Roos showed full support of Munchak
Michael Roos, one of the game's best left tackles over the past six seasons, endorsed Titans coach Mike Munchak before the Titans fired him after an 8-8 season. What Roos said about him should indicate strong reasons why he should be hired.
Haley could find himself a head coach in 2015
He has his supporters and his detractors, but if Todd Haley leads the Steelers to an output on the level of their final nine games, he could find himself landing an interview.
Butler mentioned as possibility for Titans DC job
It's not rare Butler, the longstanding DC-In-Waiting of the Steelers, is mentioned in connection with a job opportunity elsewhere. It just isn't logical to think he'd leave now, considering the amount of offers he's declined in the past.
Steelers to interview Sarrett
Assistant offensive line coach Shaun Sarrett allegedly was maintaining many of the team's offensive line coach responsibilities over the second half of the year. He'll get a chance to discuss the position on a full-time basis.
Bill Cowher coaching tree looks to grow even more
Former secondary coach Ray Horton and former offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt look to spread Bill Cowher's coaching tree even further with potential head coaching jobs of their own this offseason.
Munchak to talk to Penn State, looking for work
If the former Titans head coach doesn't end up as Penn State's next head coach, the Steelers would be wise to give him a call regarding their open offensive line coach position.
Ray Brown worked for Sean Kugler from 2008-09
With a not-so-close connection to the team, it appears Brown's experience in 2010 with the San Francisco 49ers, helping mold two rookies taken in the first round, make him a viable candidate for the Steelers' open offensive line coach position.
Haley is safe, nothing on defensive coaches
All the news about coaching changes in Pittsburgh so far this offseason have surrounded the offensive staff, little floating around about the defensive coaches.
Steelers coaches: Tough to predict any moves
Given the transient and incestuous nature of the coaching profession, it seems every position coach is in line for a new job with every other staff change around the NFL.
Mike Tomlin apologizes, but not for what you think
Some of the worst singing you'll ever hear, along with other rants in preparation for Pittsburgh's Week 17 game against Cleveland.
LeBeau wants to be back in 2014
The Steelers have stuck to a general message over the years; if Dick LeBeau wants to continue coaching, he will continue on as the Steelers defensive coordinator.
Character (Ac)Counts: Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin
In which the author makes a case for the man Tomlin has shown himself to be throughout the years, and wonders at the ease with which Steeler Nation suddenly seems prepared to believe otherwise...
Preparation, Coaching, and the 2013 Steelers
in which the author takes issue with the conclusions reached by PaVaSteeler in his analysis of the data from the first half of the season...
Tomlin predicted Harbaugh's concern
In March, Mike Tomlin took a stance against the read-option offense, and challenged the resolve of their opponents. His comments have come to fruition with Jim Harbaugh, whose 49ers used the system to reach the Super Bowl.
Starters will play at least a half vs Chiefs
The Steelers head coach addressed his plans for his starters in the third preseason game against the Chiefs, and discussed the teaching tool of the short-work weeks ahead.
Mann symbolizes new "details" era for WRs
Steelers' wide receiver coach, Richard Mann, is refocusing the team's wide receivers back on the fundamentals of the game in order to establish a new era for the receivers.
Stretch running with Jack Bicknell Jr.
The Steelers hired offensive line coach Jack Bicknell Jr. this offseason. What can we learn by looking at some film of the Kansas City Chiefs, and what does it portend for the future of our offensive line?
'Steelers beating Steelers'
Tomlin was not impressed with his team as a whole, but did approve of the efforts of some; but in the end, he knows his team beat itself more than it lost to another team.
Haley thinks outside zone is less predictable
Add OC Todd Haley's name to the list of those who believe the 2012 Steelers were better than their final numbers represented, especially their running game. He believes their biggest fault was predictability.
Haley says 2012 was a matter of trust
Todd Haley's offense was not well received by fans last season, why should people expect anything better? Because a year makes a lot of difference for a good coach
Tomlin second on Rex Ryan's Rivalry list
He may not like to admit it, but Ryan has a lot of respect for Tomlin; but he does appreciate Tomlin's approach to the game and the losses Ryan suffered at Tomlin's hand.
Tomlin arrives in style
Hello Twitter. Expect no BS from me. Just straight fire!— Mike Tomlin (@CoachTomlin) July 26, 2013
And yes, the account has been verified to be real by Steelers PR.
Tomlin buys a round and some sixers
The most likable action a man can take is to buy a stranger a beer. That likely isn't a true statement, but it's definitely one made up solely for the teasing of this article.
Steelers wanted Smith in 2010
Before Amos Jones was hired as the Steelers' special teams coach, Mike Tomlin sought permission from the Redskins to interview Danny Smith. He was denied.
Tomlin appears on Hampton Roads sports show
Newport News product and Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin appeared on the Sports Wrap with Bruce Rader in wake of the Hampton Roads Youth Foundation's football camp in his home area scheduled for this weekend.
Tomlin to appear at Gridiron Legends Tailgate
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin will appear at a charity event in his home area Thursday.
The Mike Tomlin era enters its seventh year
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has had six seasons as the front man of the Steelers. How's he doing?
Woodson and Lake together again
Teammates for eight seasons and two of the best Steelers players ever, Rod Woodson is assisting Carnell Lake coaching the Steelers secondary in minicamp.
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