The Steelers made a bit of a shocking move on Thursday, as today the team announced they have fired special teams coordinator Al Everest. He is replaced him with former assistant special teams coach Amos Jones. Everest, who held his position since 2010, presided over units that ranked in the bottom half of the NFL [...]
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*** Discuss this article and more at our Pittsburgh Steelers forum *** Eric Edholm of Pro Football Weekly reports on Friday that former Pittsburgh Steelers special teams coach Al Everest, who was fired on Thursday, told the outlet that his dismissal was because of “professional differences” with the team. Reportedly Everest would not go into [...]
Former Steelers special teams coordinator Al Everest said his firing “was a shocker,” but he declined Friday to discuss why he and the team parted ways with only two preseason games remaining according to Alan Robinson of the Tribune-Review. “It was professional differences, and let’s leave it at that,” Everest said Friday. “It was … [...]
Steelers insider and Post-Gazette reporter, Ed Bouchette joined The Fan Morning Show on Friday to offer insight into the team’s puzzling fi… Source: CBS Pittsburgh » Steelers Need Steelers Tickets? Fulfill your ticket needs at Ticket Network or try our Steelers eBay Ticket Page.
Former Steelers special teams coordinator Al Everest was fired by the Steelers on Thursday, a move he called a “shocker” during a conversation with Alan Robinson of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review on Friday. Everest wasn’t the only one shocked by the move. It’s very rare to see a team make a coaching change of any sort…
*** Discuss this article and more at our Pittsburgh Steelers forum *** In a curious move coming just two weeks before the start of the regular season, the Pittsburgh Steelers have made a change to their coaching staff. The Steelers have parted ways with special teams coordinator Al Everest, according to Jay Glazer of FOX [...]
So much has been made about what Chris Rainey, the Pittsburgh Steelers fifth round draft pick, can add on offense in his rookie season. It is not hard to see new offensive coordinator Todd Haley using him much like he used Dexter McCluster in Kansas City. Rainey can be used as a pass catching running [...]