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Steelers special teams coach Amos Jones reportedly is leaving to take the same position with the Arizona Cardinals.
Jones, who spent six seasons with the Steelers, will join former Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians staff in Arizona, The Tuscaloosa News reported Saturday.
Jones joined the Steelers on Jan. 29, 2007. Prior to coming to Pittsburgh, Jones spent three years at Mississippi State.
Source: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
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