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Vance McDonald announces his retirement

Steelers tight end Vance McDonald has called it a career. McDonald announced his retirement on Friday. McDonald spent the last four seasons with the Steelers. “My family and I are so grateful for everything NFL football has provided us in our life — all the memories both good and the difficult, the relationships and friends [more]

Ken Dorsey, Ike Hilliard, Anthony Lynn in mix for Lions offensive coordinator

The Lions have their new head coach in place, but they still need to find someone to run the offense on Dan Campbell’s staff. Ravens quarterbacks coach James Urban interviewed for the offensive coordinator job this week and reports have identified three others who are in the mix for the job. Albert Breer of SI.com [more]

Reports: Hue Jackson, Pep Hamilton candidates for Steelers offensive coordinator

The Pittsburgh Steelers have a pair of new candidates for their vacant offensive coordinator position following the firing of Randy Fichtner at the end of the season. Per multiple reports, the Steelers interviewed former Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson for the job earlier this week. Additionally, the Steelers are interested in Los Angeles Chargers [more]

Alex Smith hopeful Dwayne Haskins can eliminate distractions

If Dwayne Haskins is going to become a successful NFL quarterback, Alex Smith says he needs to eliminate the distractions keeping him from reaching his potential on the field. In an interview with Charles Robinson and Terez Paylor of Yahoo Sports, Smith said his former Washington teammate is “crazy talented” but needed to cut out [more]

Steelers sign Dwayne Haskins

Quarterback Dwayne Haskins‘ visit with the Steelers apparently went well. According to multiple reports, the Steelers have agreed to terms with Haskins on a contract. He will be part of their offseason roster and compete for a spot on the 53-man one they will take into the 2021 season. Haskins started six games for Washington [more]

Dwayne Haskins visiting Steelers

Former Washington Football Team quarterback Dwayne Haskins‘ bid for a new team has taken him to Pittsburgh. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Haskins is visiting with the Steelers on Tuesday. Haskins also met with the Panthers recently. Haskins was a 2019 first-round pick, but his time in Washington came to an end before [more]

Report: Steelers interviewing Hank Fraley for OL job

The Steelers are interviewing Hank Fraley for their vacant offensive line coach job, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports. The Steelers are not renewing the contract of offensive line coach Shaun Sarrett. Fraley, 43, held the same job with the Lions last season. Fraley, who played 10 NFL seasons, started his NFL coaching career as [more]

Report: Keith Butler gets one-year contract to return to Steelers

The Steelers have agreed to a one-year contract with Keith Butler, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Butler’s contract was scheduled to expire next month. A recent report suggested Butler, 64, was planning to go year to year, which is what he has done. Butler does not call the defensive signals. Head coach Mike [more]

Devlin Hodges tweets his goodbye to Pittsburgh

Quarterback Devlin Hodges doesn’t know what his future entails, but his career in Pittsburgh is finished. Hodges’ contract with the Steelers expired, and he tweeted a goodbye Tuesday. “[Peace] Pittsburgh! Thankful for the opportunity and the ability to live out my dream,” Hodges wrote. “Nothing but love! QUACK!” Hodges signed with the Steelers as an [more]

Jaguars will pick 25th after Rams loss in divisional round

New Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer knew his team had the first overall pick in the draft when he took the job and now he knows where the team’s second first-round pick will fall. Jacksonville acquired the Rams’ 2021 first-rounder as part of the deal for cornerback Jalen Ramsey in October 2019 and it will [more]

Steelers likely to promote Matt Canada to offensive coordinator

The Steelers appear set to promote from within for their next offensive coordinator. Matt Canada, who was the Steelers’ quarterbacks coach last season, is expected to be promoted to offensive coordinator, according to NFL Network. Canada interviewed with the Dolphins for their offensive coordinator position. The Steelers fired offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner this week. Canada [more]

Reports: Steelers plan to keep Keith Butler as defensive coordinator

The Steelers made changes to their coaching staff this week with more possibly coming. Defensive coordinator Keith Butler won’t be one of them. The Steelers have told Butler they intend to retain him, Gerry Dulac of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. Butler’s contract expires next month. The Steelers are working on a new contract for Butler, [more]

Chase Claypool calls the Browns “classless”

Steelers wide receiver Chase Claypool says the Browns were “super classless” during Super Wild Card Weekend. Extending a war of words that started when Claypool predicted the Browns will lose to the Chiefs and continued with Browns linebacker Sione Takitaki calling Claypool “salty about losing,” Claypool weighed in about the Browns again today. “If the [more]

Steelers tight ends coach James Daniel retires

Mike Tomlin said there could be changes to the Steelers’ staff on Wednesday, and that is coming to pass. After the club confirmed offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner, offensive line coach Shaun Sarrett, and defensive backs coach Tom Bradley won’t have their contracts renewed, Pittsburgh has now announced tight ends coach James Daniel will retire. Daniel, [more]

Steelers announce OL coach Shaun Sarrett, DB coach Tom Bradley won’t return

The Steelers confirmed the report that offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner will not have his contract renewed on Wednesday and they also announced that two other members of Mike Tomlin’s staff will be moving on. Offensive line coach Shaun Sarrett and defensive backs coach Tom Bradley will join Fichtner in not getting new contracts for the [more]

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