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The Pittsburgh Steelers have already made a major offensive hire, bringing aboard former Atlanta Falcons head coach Arthur Smith as their new full-time offensive coordinator.
And now, there are three additional new faces in town to work under Smith on the offensive side of the ball. Coming aboard are Tom Arth, who has been named quarterbacks coach. Additionally, Zach Azzanni has been hired as wide receivers coach, while Mateo Kambui has been hired as an offensive assistant.
Via the official press release:
"Arth spent the last two seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers where he was the team's passing game specialist. During his time with the Chargers, he was part of a staff that helped the offense rank fifth in passing offense and eleventh in total offense during his tenure. He also helped quarterback Justin Herbert continue to set NFL records.
Prior to joining the Chargers, he spent nine seasons coaching in the college ranks, including three as the head coach at the University of Akron (2019-21). He also was the head coach at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (2017-18) and his alma mater, John Carroll, for four seasons (2013-16).
Azzanni spent the 2023 season as the receivers coach for the New York Jets and comes to the Steelers with a wealth of experience. Prior to joining the Jets, he was the receivers coach for the Denver Broncos (2018-22) and Chicago Bears (2017), after spending 18 years coaching on the collegiate level.
Kambui spent the 2023 season with the Atlanta Falcons as an offensive line assistant. Prior to that he spent two seasons (2021-22) as the Marlin Briscoe Coaching Fellow for the Denver Broncos. Kambui also spent time as a graduate assistant at Georgia Southern (2020) and running backs coach at Florida A&M (2019)."