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The Steelers have named Richard Mann as their new wide receiver coach according to multiple sources on Twitter.
Mann has not coached in the NFL since the 2009 season. He worked on the same staff as Mike Tomlin in Tampa Bay and is an Aliquippa native.
As Mark Kaboly reported on Twitter Mann has been working with players preparing them for the NFL Draft. That is a good sign since the Steelers receiving core is young and needs mentoring and a teaching coach.
Mann will have a tough task ahead of him with the Steelers too receiver about to leave in free agency, but he will have two good young receivers to work with in Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders.
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