PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Todd Haley will return as the Steelers Offensive Coordinator, according to a report from the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

On his Twitter account Saturday morning, Rapoport said that Head Coach Mike Tomlin met with his staff and that Haley was expected to return.

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According to the report, Haley’s willingness to allow quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to operate more in the no-huddle offense was the key reason he’s expected to return.

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“Todd Haley allowed Big Ben to call plays in no-huddle. Tomlin got more involved in O, with RB coach Kirby Wilson given additional duties,” Rapoport said via his Twitter account.

It’s unknown weather Tomlin will make any further coaching staff changes. The team announced that they had fired Offensive Line Coach Jack Bicknell, Jr. on Friday.

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