The Pittsburgh Steelers have been in the hunt to replace offensive coordinator Bruce Arians who retired/was fired at seasons end. Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley was one of the names that was rumored to have been a person of interest in the vacant position and it sounds like he will be hired, according to Mark Carman of 610 Sports Radio in Kansas City.
Hearing that Todd Haley has been hired as the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator. Official announcement should be coming soon— mark carman (@thecarm) February 6, 2012
Haley had spent the last three seasons as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs before being fired towards the end of the season. Prior to that, Haley was the offensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals for the 2007 and 2008 seasons. During his time with the Cardinals, the team set franchise records in scoring while on their way to Super Bowl XLIII against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
UPDATE 6:27 PM: Haley's hire is confirmed.
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