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    Hall of Famer Mister Pittsburgh's Avatar
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    Steelers hire WR coach

    http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/...-coach-675166/

    Apparently you have to be a Pittsburgh native to get a coaching job here now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Pittsburgh View Post
    http://www.post-gazette.com/stories/...-coach-675166/

    Apparently you have to be a Pittsburgh native to get a coaching job here now.
    And? You think that was the main criteria?

    Richard Mann actually has more ties to Tomlin than to Pittsburgh. He's a good coach with a track record. Hopefully he can instill some disciplined fundamentals into the guys left on the team.

    Here's to hoping him and Antonio Brown make a potent combination and impact on the rest of the receiving corp.
    Here comes the BOOM!

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    maybe having an older guy in the room will help get this group grounded.

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    So in addition to old players... were now getting old coaches who havent coached in years... seems legit.
    -Zachintosh66- (SCM 1135)
    1. Tavon Austin, WR/RB, WV (trade back)
    2. Matt Elam, S, Flor
    3. Jesse Williams, DT, 'bama
    3. Robert Woods, WR USC (*from NE)
    4. Le'Veon Bell, RB, Mich St (*from trade)
    4. Jaime Collins, OLB, So MIss
    5. Robert Lester, S, 'Bama (*from trade)
    5. Tyrann Mathieu, CB, LSU
    6. Landry Jones, QB, 'Bama
    7. AJ Klein, ILB, Iowa St.

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    Hey, if he can get us the 2011 stats then he's the...Man!

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    He looks like he might be older than Lebeau. He's rocking the skunk stripe.


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    Tomlin Crony who also been away from coaching for 3 seasons hope it pans out.

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    be wise to give the man a chance, he's coached multiple HOF WRs and TEs
    ours is not to wonder why just invert and multiply...

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    Quote Originally Posted by steelmann58 View Post
    Tomlin Crony who also been away from coaching for 3 seasons hope it pans out.
    I'm so amazingly tired of reading about the supposed "Tomlin Cronies". As several have pointed out in various threads if this is a problem then you better start marking up EVERY OTHER COACH IN THE NFL! I'm pretty sure Tomlin knows how to Coach, he did win one of the most coveted Jobs in the NFL and has done a pretty damn good job all things considered with quite a bit of on and off the field adversity. Let's wait and see how this guy pans out but he has a strong track record and all the Monday morning qb's on this site don't unless we're talking about a propensity to B*tch and moan like grade school kids.

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    Let just hope it was better than Amos Jones hire but you right need to keep an open mind and will support all our steelers hires.

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