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The great Lynn Swann said it best this past week when he was asked about Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and his statement made at the Pro Bowl that he was going to sit down with Art Rooney II to find out which direction the offense was going to go now. Swann said," The last time I checked, he was a paid employee of the team." He later followed that up by saying, "I don't think you question an organization that's had the consistency and success the Steelers have had." Now that Todd Haley is expected to be officially named the new offensive coordinator sometime this week, we will Read more [...]
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This is one of those reports that I will pass on, but I caution you that there has been no confirmation by the Steelers or anyone else that it is indeed true. Mark Carman, from 610 Sports Radio in Kansas City, is reporting via Twitter that he is hearing that former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley has been hired as the new Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator and an...
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Steelers will hire former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley to be their offensive coordinator, according to an ESPN report.
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...
The Steelers have a new offensive coordinator to replace Bruce Arians. It is former Chiefs Head Coach Todd Haley. Haley was brought in for an interview on Tuesday. Many around league circles thought this was just as a courtesy to his father Dick Haley who used to be the Steelers Director of Player Personnel. They thought it was to help Haley garner some interest from other...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have hired former Arizona coach Todd Haley as the team's new offensive coordinator, according to multiple reports.
He replaces Bruce Arians, who left and accepted a position with the Indianapolis Colts.
Haley was fired by the Cardinals midway through the 2011 campaign. He went 19-27 during three years with Arizona, including winning the AFC West title...
The vacancy left by the departure of Steelers' former offensive coordinator, Bruce Arians, has been filled by none other than Todd Haley.
Haley hasn't been in the news since accusing the Kansas City Chiefs of producing a toxic atmosphere of paranoia, going so far as to worry about his office phone being tapped by the organization. Still, the Steelers were not scarred away...
After being unceremoniously fired amidst a J. Edgar Hoover style “cleanse” in Kansas City, Todd Haley has now agreed to take the reigns of the Pittsburgh Steelers offense. While the move is obviously a significant step down in the coaching hierarchy, the Steel City (Haley’s hometown) could provide the perfect setting to a full-scale career [...]
The Pittsburgh Steelers made it official today, hiring former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley as their offensive coordinator.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin interviewed Haley a week ago.
When Todd Haley was relieved of his duties as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs in December, he did the coaching career equivalent of taking his ball and going home.
Reports surfaced Monday that former Chiefs coach Todd Haley will be named the Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive coordinator, replacing Bruce Arians, who wasn't retained after the 2011 season.
Former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley becomes the Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive coordinator.
The Pittsburgh Steelers hired former Chiefs coach Todd Haley as their new offensive coordinator, the team announced Tuesday.
Todd Haley, an Upper St. Clair High graduate with extensive NFL coaching experience, will become the Steelers' next offensive coordinator.
When the New York Jets brought in Tony Sparano as their offensive coordinator, it was a more than a welcome change from Brian Schottenheimer. However, the original perception was that Sparano would be coupled with an offensive coach to oversee the passing game and quarterback position.
The first name being thrown around was Todd Haley…didn’t happen. He is now the offensive coordinator...