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Steelers reportedly pick a wide receivers coach, other coaches moves being made

The Pittsburgh Steelers are preparing for the 2024 regular season, even though the new league year hasn’t started yet. While the league year is slated to begin on March 13th, the team is making adjustments to their coaching staff preparing for the new league year. According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, the Steelers are hiring Zach Azzanni as their wide receivers coach, this after Frisman Jackson wasn’t retained.

On top of the hiring of a wide receivers coach, the Steelers are also planning on retaining quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan, in his same role, for the 2024 season. He remains one of the pieces which was attached to former Matt Canada and his coaching staff.

Lastly, later in the evening Thursday it was reported the team was interviewing Tom Arth as the passing game coordinator for the Steelers, and according to Aaron Wilson the team is expected to make that hire official.


Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is stating Harth is NOT being hired as the pass game coordinator, but as the quarterbacks coach. Meanwhile, the Steelers are looking to have Sullivan with another “arrangement”.

Will other coaches be hired? It’s unknown at this time, but the Steelers organization is checking off boxes on their offseason to-do list one at a time in hopes of being ready for the new league year.

Be sure to stay tuned to SCN for the latest news and notes surrounding the Steelers as they prepare for the 2024 NFL offseason.


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