The Sideline View is reporting via Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers running backs coach Kirby Wilson will return to work on Monday. While there is no name attached to the tweet, it is assumed that the source is Lance Zierlein, co-owner of the site and son of former Steelers offensive line coach Larry Zierlein.
Pittsburgh Steelers RB coach Kirby Wilson, who was burned in a fire before Steelers playoff game, will be heading back to work on Monday
— TheSidelineView (@SidelineFB) April 10, 2012
Wilson made his first visit to the Steelers team facility last Wednesday since he was severely burned in a house fire just days before the Steelers AFC wild-card game against the Denver Broncos.
Wilson reportedly sustained burns on 45 percent of his body during the January early morning fire and also suffered from smoke inhalation. He was initially placed in a medically induced coma during the early part of his recovery.
Wilson will be entering his fifth season as coach of the Steelers running backs.