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    Frisman Jackson will not return as Steelers receivers coach

    Frisman Jackson will not return as Steelers receivers coach

    February 5, 2024

    With a new offensive coordinator in Arthur Smith, the Steelers are making some additional changes to their coaching staff.

    According to Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Frisman Jackson will not return as the team's receivers coach.

    Jackson had been with Pittsburgh for the last two seasons.

    Dulac also notes that the futures of quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan and running backs coach Eddie Faulkner are currently unclear. Sullivan and Faulkner were co-offensive coordinators after the Steelers fired Matt Canada during the season.

    https://www.nbcsports.com/nfl/profoo...eceivers-coach
    Steel Maniac's Time-Based Prediction: Lamar Jackson will be a bust and total flop in the NFL.

    What Actually Happened: Lamar Jackson became the youngest two-time NFL MVP winner ever.

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    Steel Maniac's Time-Based Prediction: Lamar Jackson will be a bust and total flop in the NFL.

    What Actually Happened: Lamar Jackson became the youngest two-time NFL MVP winner ever.

    Gloat gloat gloat


    Boom........Knuckle up. Punk.

    My IT guy...
    Hahahahahahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    As Mickey said "What are we waiting for?"

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    Do any of yinz have any idea if Hines is that great of a coach?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Do any of yinz have any idea if Hines is that great of a coach?
    He hasn't exactly moved up the coaching ranks since he interned with the Steelers several years ago. At least Antwaan Randle El got an OC interview with the Bucs a couple of weeks ago.

    Hines is the first name that popped into my mind though and I hope he is a viable candidate, just based on the toughness and experience he brings to the table.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Buzz View Post
    Do any of yinz have any idea if Hines is that great of a coach?
    At Latrobe in JuJu's rookie year Hines spent a boatload of time one on one with JJSS during and after practice. I still have some photos I took of those two still working long after practice was over. Hines as a coach from what I can say first hand is that he's a worker. IIRC I do remember putting that in a 'Camp Report" that summer.
    I hope they bring him in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iron City Inc. View Post
    At Latrobe in JuJu's rookie year Hines spent a boatload of time one on one with JJSS during and after practice. I still have some photos I took of those two still working long after practice was over. Hines as a coach from what I can say first hand is that he's a worker. IIRC I do remember putting that in a 'Camp Report" that summer.
    I hope they bring him in.
    Ward may throw up in his mouth a little bit if he watches tape on Pickens blocking early in the season.
    Last edited by NorthCoast; 02-06-2024 at 08:16 AM.

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    Source: Steelers Interviewing Three Offensive Coaching Candidates
    The Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to meet with three more offensive assistants as they look to add to their staff.
    NOAH STRACKBEINFEB 3, 2024 11:02 AM EST

    PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers aren't done interviewing for their offensive staff. After the hire of Arthur Smith as offensive coordinator, the team is set to meet with three more candidates for assistant roles.

    The Steelers are set to meet with Los Angeles Chargers passing game specialist Tom Arth, Tennessee Titans quarterbacks coach/passing game coordinator Charles London and New York Jets wide receivers coach Zach Azzani, according to league sources.

    They are also expected to interview candidates for their open strength and conditioning coaching roles.

    Arth entered the NFL ranks in 2022 with the Chargers. Prior to Los Angeles, he was the head coach at Akron (2019-2021), Chattanooga (2017-201 and John Carroll (2013-2016).

    London worked with Smith in Atlanta as the Falcons quarterbacks coach in 2021 and 2022. He was with the Chicago Bears as an offensive quality control coach from 2007 to 2009 before becoming the Tennessee Titans offensive assistant (2011), Penn State running backs coach (2012-2013), Houston Texans running backs coach (2014-2017) and Bears running backs coach (2018-2020).

    He spent the 2023 season as the Titans quarterbacks coach and passing game coordinator.

    Azzani is the only candidate without NFL passing game coordinator experience, but he has plenty at the college level. He's worked in the pros as a wide receivers coach for the Bears (2017), Denver Broncos (2018-2022) and Jets in 2023.

    He was a passing game coordinator in the NCAA with Florida in 2010 and Tennessee from 2015 to 2016. He was also the offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky in 2011 and the assistant head coach at Central Michigan from 2007 to 2009.

    At his year-end press conference, head coach Mike Tomlin said that he expected changes to be made to the team's coaching staff. It's unknown if any other addition would remove a coach in the current role or if a hire would take on a separate offensive assistant role.
    https://www.si.com/nfl/steelers/news...ing-candidates

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    Quote Originally Posted by hawaiiansteel View Post
    Could anything make more sense?
    The people that are trying to make the world worse never take a day off, why should I?

    Light up the darkness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chadman View Post
    Could anything make more sense?
    Of course not, he's a former Steeler so he MUST be the best candidate. That's how it works. Need Bettis coaching RBs, Big Snack coaching DL, Farrior coaching ILBs, and Woodson coaching DBs.

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