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Steelers Offensive Coordinator Bruce Arians Retires

Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is reportedly retiring according to the Steelers official Twitter account. Arians has been the Steelers offensive coordinator since 2007 after being promoted from wide receivers coach after Ken Whisenhunt left to become the Arizona Cardinals head coach. Arians had contemplated retirement last offseason because…


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Report: Bruce Arians Decision Rest With Mike Tomlin

There has been a lot of speculation over the last 24 hours if indeed Bruce Arians will return as The Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator in 2012 and it was fueled further by a report late on Wednesday by Gerry Dulac stating that he had learned that Arians might not be…





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Steelers OC Bruce Arians Dismisses Ole Miss Speculation

It seems that we can put to bed the speculation that Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians could have interest in leaving to coach at Ole Miss, as he pretty much dismissed that speculation today when he talked to the media. The Birmingham News speculated back on the 21st of November…






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Steelers 2010 Mock Draft

Below is my 2010 Steelers mock draft for the upcoming NFL draft on April 23rd, 24th & 25th. Unless anything major happens in the next few days like trades, suspensions or earthquakes, I will be sticking with this mock draft as my official mock. Please feel free to comment below…



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Steelers Hire Scottie Montgomery As New Wide Receivers Coach

Duke University wide receiver coach Scottie Montgomery has accepted a similar position with head coach Mike Tomlin and the Pittsburgh Steelers. An official announcement is expected in the coming days. Montgomery is expected to fill the coaching role vacated by Randy Fichtner when Fichtner was promoted to quarterbacks coach a…


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Steelers Promote Randy Fichtner To Quarterbacks Coach

The Steelers promoted Randy Fichtner from wide receivers coach to quarterbacks coach on Tuesday. Fichtner takes over the role of Ken Anderson, who retired shortly after the end of the 2009 season. Fichtner coached quarterbacks at three different places in the college ranks – from 1990-93 at Memphis, from 1997-2000…