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1/05/2010

STEELER QB COACH KEN ANDERSON RETIRES



Steeler coach Mike Tomlin has officially lost his first assistant in his three years on the job, as QB coach Ken Anderson has retired at age 60.

Anderson, who came on board with Tomlin in 2007, was also a very accomplished player in the league, winning the NFL MVP in 1981 and gaining spots on four Pro Bowls. He is one of 25 finalists for induction into the Hall of Fame in 2010. Prior to joining the Steelers, Anderson was a longtime assistant for both Cincinnati (1993-2002) and Jacksonville (2003-2006).

This bit of information was the biggest news from today's final Tomlin press conference of the 2009-10 season. Tomlin said he is in the beginning of the off-season review process, and that no other moves have been made. So for now, Bruce Arians is still your offensive coordinator, and Dick LeBeau looks like he'll be back as defensive coordinator in 2010.

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2 comments:

Corey said...

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saftgodess said...

What are your thoughts on Charlie Batch as new QB coach?