Done deal; steelers signs former jets player and assistant coach..

With the Steelers adding more coaches to their staff, coaching news from Pittsburgh continues trickling in.

Tom Arth will coach quarterbacks for the Steelers. Arth, who was interviewed by Pittsburgh yesterday, was the Los Angeles Chargers’ passing game specialist under Brandon Staley the previous season.

This happens right after Zach Azzanni, a former Jets assistant, was named by the Steelers as their new wide receivers coach. In the same capacity, Pittsburgh also welcomed back Mike Sullivan as the quarterbacks coach.

Initial reports said that Arth would serve as the coordinator of the Steelers’ pass game, but Mike DeFabo and Gerry Dulac have now come out to refute such claims.

Supporters wanted the Steelers to hire new personnel this off-season by looking outside the company. They deserve credit for what they’ve done. This is the third external hire in the current hiring cycle; Arthur Smith, the offensive coordinator, is by far the largest.

Before accepting the position at Akron from 2019 to 21, Arth was as head coach at John Carroll from 2013 to 2016 and Chattanooga from 2017 to 2018. In 2022, he was named a Chargers pass game specialist.

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