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While Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin appears set to return for yet another season on the job that he's held for nearly two decades now, one particular member of his staff will not be back.
According to multiple reports, the Steelers are moving on from wide receivers coach Frisman Jackson after two years:
Jackson is the most recent coaching departure from the Steelers, following the exits of offensive assistant Genn Thomas, strength and conditioning coach Marcel Pastoor, assistant defensive backs coach Gerald Alexander, and assistant strength and conditioning coach Rodain Delus.
According to additional reports, former franchise legend Hines Ward, who was recently fired from his job in the XFL, could be an ideal replacement.