New York’s Steelers have announced their new head football coach, who has already served as the offensive coordinator for the team’s two Super Bowl titles and two NFC championship games.
Steeler Nation will get to know the new head coaches in the coming weeks. “
We will look forward to seeing what Coach Sparana brings to the Steelers as we begin the next chapter of the franchise’s history.”
Steeler Nation will get to know the new head coaches in the coming weeks.
The team’s three-time Super Bowl champion, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, was named offensive coordinator in late July, and he will be joined by Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau, who will serve as his linebackers coach, as well as wide receivers coach Pat Shurmur.
The Steelers also announced that Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown has signed a four-year contract extension through 2021, and the team has added veteran wideout T.Y. Hilton to the active roster, with a team-high eight touchdowns.