By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – The Pittsburgh Steelers have hired Mike Sullivan as quarterbacks coach, Chris Morgan as assistant offensive line coach and Matt Tomsho as quality control coach.READ MORE: Trump-Backed Candidate Bob Paduchik Tapped To Head Ohio Republican Party
It was reported last week that the Steelers were going to hire Sullivan, who was a QBs coach with the New York Giants and most recently the Denver Broncos.
He also won’t be the only coach Mike Sullivan in Pittsburgh, joining the Pens’ head coach.
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Morgan spent six seasons with the Atlanta Falcons as the offensive line coach and was named the offensive line coach of the year by Pro Football Focus in 2015.
Tomsho was the wide receivers coach and strength and conditioning coordinator at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Clair. He spent some time at Pitt as an offensive assistant, where he worked with offensive coordinator and previous QBs coach Matt Canada.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Weather: Heavy Rainfall, Flood Watches And Warnings Issued
The changes come as the Steelers continue shaking up their coaching staff after a disappointing post-season.