The Pittsburgh Steelers have their new offensive coordinator: Todd Haley. The former Kansas City Chiefs coach is set to be announced as the Steelers new offensive coordinator sometime soon, according to 610 Sports in Kansas City.
Haley, of course, was fired as the Chiefs head coach during the regular season. He held the position for three seasons and prior to that he was the Arizona Cardinals offensive coordinator.
Haley may still be known for some of the passing attacks he had in Arizona but he was able to establish the league's No. 1 rushing attack with the Chiefs in a 2010 season that ended in a division title.
The Steelers parted ways with former offensive coordinator Bruce Arians after the season.
There were some rumblings that Haley's interview with the Steelers was a courtesy interview, as a nod to Haley's dad, Dick, who spent more than two decades in the Steelers scouting department. Now we know it was no courtesy interview.
For more on the hire, check out SB Nation's Steelers blog, Behind The Steel Curtain.