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Adding fuel to the fire that he may be the successor-in-waiting to Dick LeBeau, Steeler LB coach Keith Butler turned down the Miami Dolphins' offer to become their defensive coordinator, reports the PG's Gerry Dulac.

Butler, who's been with the Steelers since 2003, spent two seasons with Dolphins head coach Tony Sparano in Cleveland in 1999 and 2000. Under forgettable head coach Chris Palmer, those "re-boot" Browns teams were 2-14 and 3-13, respectively.

The Dolphins have a vacancy after firing coordinator Paul Pasqualoni following the 2009 campaign. They ranked 22nd overall, 24th against the pass and 18th against the run, and when Bill Parcells is running the show, those numbers are not going to fly.

Steelers linebackers coach turns down Miami offer [PG]

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