Report: Steelers to hire Mike Sullivan to be new QB coach

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According to NFL reporter Mike Garofolo, the Pittsburgh Steelers are planning to hire Mike Sullivan to be their new quarterbacks coach. Sullivan hasn’t coached in the NFL since 2018 when he was the quarterbacks coach of the Denver Broncos.

Sullivan is perhaps best known as a longtime assistant coach with the New York Giants. He worked with Eli Manning from 2015-2017 as both quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator.

The hire of Sullivan breaks from the streak of in-house promotions among assistant coaches. The Steelers still need to hire a defensive backs coach and a tight ends coach to round out their coaching staff.

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