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The Packers promoted Tom Clements to OC today removing one more candidate from the Steelers list. Clements was expected to replace Joe Philbin who left to go be the head coach of the Dolphins. When it did not happen right away the possibility of him becoming the Steelers OC got larger. That thought is over now and the Steelers will have to move forward. The Steelers have 4 potential candidates left that have been rumored. They are Todd Haley, Alex Van Pelt, Randy Fichtner, and Hue Jackson.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers will hire former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley to be their offensive coordinator, an ESPN report says.
The move, first reported by 610 AM in Kansas City, has not yet been announced.
Haley will replace Bruce Arians, now with the Indianapolis Colts.
The 45-year-old Haley, fired by Kansas City on Dec. 13, went 19-26 in two-plus seasons with the Chiefs...
Former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley, an Upper St. Clair native, is the latest candidate to interview for the Steelers' vacant offensive coordinator position. But the possibility of him being hired to replace Bruce Arians seems remote.
The interview that Mike Tomlin had with former Chiefs Head Coach Todd Haley is somewhat of a surprise to many. It’s not an issue with his ability to run an offense so much as is his inability to get a long with players and his overall coaching style. Haley’s team had a rash of injuries [...]
Alby Oxenreiter tweeted today that the Steelers may have interest in former Raiders Head Coach Hue Jackson. This would now be the fifth rumored person that could be headed towards the Steelers. So far they have been rumored to Jim Caldwell who took the Ravens QB Coach Position, Todd Haley, Alex Van Pelt and Randy Fichtner. The Steelers are doing their due diligence in hiring...
A tweet came down this afternoon from Alby Oxenreiter, Sports Director for WPXI (NBC) in Pittsburgh that Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin may be considering former Raiders Head Coach Hue Jackson for the vacant Coordinator position on the offense. Jackson has spent time with a number of teams over his professional coaching career; starting [...]
Apparently, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin learned enough about Todd Haley while doing homework on the former Chiefs coach to decide to learn even more about him during a face-to-face meeting. The Steelers announced on the team’s official website that Tomlin interviewed Haley on Tuesday at the practice facility in Pittsburgh. There’s some scuttlebutt in media…
The Steelers confirmed they interviewed former Kansas City coach Todd Haley for the vacant offensive coordinator position.
The Oakland Raiders named Greg Knapp as their offensive coordinator.
Knapp, who spent last season as the quarterbacks coach of the Houston Texans, had been the offensive coordinator for the Raiders in 2007 and 2008.
Hue Jackson, who was fired as Oakland's head coach last month, also had run the offense.
The Raiders hired Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen as...
Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Bill Muir told the team Wednesday that he was retiring.
Muir spent just one season as offensive coordinator with the Chiefs, who fired Todd Haley during the season and elevated Romeo Crennel to head coach.
The 69-year-old Muir has coached 34 seasons in the NFL, including a stint as offensive coordinator with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2008...
Offensive coordinator Bill Muir informed the Chiefs on Wednesday that he will retire after 34 years in the NFL, a move many had expected after Kansas City struggled much of last season.
Muir joined the Chiefs as offensive line coach in 2009 and was elevated to offensive coordinator by then-coach Todd Haley, who was fired midway through this season.
The longtime assistant also spent...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Longtime NFL assistant coach Bill Muir followed through on his plans to retire, informing the Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday that he wouldn't return for a 35th season in the league.
Muir joined the Chiefs in 2009 as offensive line coach under Todd Haley, and was elevated to offensive coordinator last season. But the Chiefs struggled with injuries and inconsistency...
Offensive coordinator Bill Muir informed the Chiefs on Wednesday that he will retire after 34 years in the NFL, a move many had expected after Kansas City struggled much of last season. Muir joined the Chiefs as offensive line coach in 2009 and was elevated to offensive coordinator by then-coach Todd Haley, who was fired midway through this season.
This is an updated transaction list of Raider coaches both current and now former. Each time there appears to be a coach incoming or a former coach signs with another team, this blog will be updated to reflect those changes to keep you up to date.
For that we start with what the staff looked like at season's end.Head coach: Hue JacksonOffensive coordinator: Al SaundersDefensive...
The Sports Xchange discusses the growing problem of concussions among NFL running backs, Hue Jackson's perceived blackballing around the league, the Saints' free agents, Tim Tebow and more.
Jim Caldwell, Todd Haley, Hue Jackson, Randy Fichtner, and Tom Clements have all been rumored candidates for the Steelers Offensive Coordinator position (Clements was just named the Packers OC today). Another name has surfaced according to ESPN’s John Clayton tonight: @ClaytonESPN: If RB coach Kirby Wilson gets healthy soon, he’ll likely end up as Steelers [...]