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NFL Network’s Jason LaCanfora has been busy tonight, as he always is, tweeting up that Steelers Head Coach Mike Tomlin has been making phone calls to inquire about former Chiefs Head Coach Todd Haley and former Bills Offensive Coordinator Alex Van Pelt. Haley would be in the running for the teams’ vacant Offensive Coordinator [...]
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Jason La Canfora is reporting tonight via Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin has made inquiries into former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley and former Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt, presumably for the open offensive coordinator position with the Steelers. Both Haley and Van Pelt have links back to the Steelers organization as Haley...
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...
In a statement released from the team’s official site, Mike Tomlin interviewed potential Offensive Coordinator candidate Todd Haley. As we’ve talked about at length here on SteelerAddicts, this one seems like an odd sort of choice if you ask me. Sure the ties to Pittsburgh are there but many Steeler fans are concerned with [...]
The Pittsburgh Steelers retain linebackers coach Keith Butler and could be interested in former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley as their offensive coordinator.
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 Pittsburgh Steelers have interviewed former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley for the team's vacant offensive coordinator position. Haley, fired by the Chiefs in December, met with Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin on Tuesday. The Steelers need to replace Bruce Arians, who was not retained. Arians was hired to the same position by the Indianapolis Colts on Monday.
The Kansas City Chiefs have hired Tom McMahon to coach special teams while cutting ties with three assistants from former head coach Todd Haley's staff.
McMahon will take over for Steve Hoffman, who was not retained after Romeo Crennel was elevated from interim head coach to the permanent job. Also let go were wide receivers coach Richie Anderson and assistant offensive line...
The Pittsburgh Steelers have interviewed former Kansas City Chiefs coach Todd Haley for the team's vacant offensive coordinator position.
The Steelers are faced with the possibility of losing another young coach from Mike Tomlin's staff.
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...
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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...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has agreed to take over the same duties with the Colts, the Indianapolis Star reported Sunday.
Arians declined comment when reached Saturday, but the paper cited a source with knowledge of the situation in reporting the hiring.
Arians, 59, was the Colts' quarterbacks coach for the first three years of Peyton Manning...
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.