Report: Steelers Want To Interview Panthers Assistant Offensive Line Coach
According to Jason Cole of the National Football Post, the Pittsburgh Steelers have expressed interest in Carolina Panthers assistant offensive line coach Ray Brown to fill the vacancy created after the team fired offensive line coach Jack Bicknell Jr. on Friday.
Brown, who is in his third season with the Panthers, will not be able to interview with the Steelers until after Carolina is eliminated from the playoffs.
Brown, a former player himself, was originally an eighth-round draft choice (201st overall) by the St. Louis Cardinals in 1986. He played in 265 games with 202 starts at guard and tackle for four different franchises – St. Louis/Phoenix Cardinals, Washington Redskins, San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions.