Steelers hire new coach

  • February 14, 2013

The Pittsburgh Steelers hired Richard Mann on Wednesday to become their wide receivers coach.

Mann, an Aliquippa native, replaces Scottie Montgomery, who resigned last week after three seasons to become an assistant coach at Duke.

Mann, 65, has not coached in the NFL the past three years, but he has 28 years of experience, including time spent with Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin in Tampa Bay.


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