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By: Curt Popejoy
According to NFL reporter Aaron Wilson, the Pittsburgh Steelers are planning to keep current quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan in that same role. There had been discussion about Sullivan staying with the team but shifting roles but this appears to not be the case.
What this does is put the news that the Steelers had hired former Los Angeles Chargers passing game coordinator Tom Arth to be the quarterbacks coach. Does this news mean Arth is being hired at all? Or if he is, will he assume the same role in Pittsburgh he had with the Chargers?
#Steelers are retaining quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan and keeping him in that role after contemplating shifting job responsibilities, per league sources. Former #Buccaneers offensive coordinator called plays last season after dismissal of Matt Canada. @KPRC2 pic.twitter.com/45IgWgoYdR
— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) February 8, 2024
It has been an incredibly busy offseason for the Steelers already. The cascade of coaching changes started with the hire of Arthur Smith to be the team’s new offensive coordinator. Not sure how we feel about keeping Sullivan in the fold at this point but we will need to wait to see what comes out officially from the team.
Originally posted on Steelers Wire