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The Pittsburgh Steelers have made a change to their coaching staff.
It happens to be one that should come as a surprise to many.
Jeff Olsavsky has been a part of the Steelers organization for 22 seasons, but his time has come to an end.
Jerry Olsavsky, who has been a member of the Steelers organization as a player and coach for 22 seasons, will not be retained after the team hired Aaron Curry to be the ILB coach, per sources.
— Gerry Dulac (@gerrydulac) February 22, 2023
After serving as the inside linebackers coach, the Steelers announced Olsavsky will not be retained.
There is no question the Steelers could benefit from better linebacker play.
So they have decided to try out a new coach in Aaron Curry.
He will take over as the new inside linebackers coach.
It will be interesting to see what other changes the Steelers make this offseason.
After a season that saw them just miss the AFC playoffs, the Steelers need to improve on both sides of the ball.
The Steelers have three top 50 picks in the upcoming NFL draft.
Simply put, they need to hit each one of those picks.
It looks like Kenny Pickett will be their quarterback of the future.
But, they need some linemen up front to protect their franchise quarterback.
Also, the Steelers could benefit from having more defensive playmakers.
Either in their secondary or at linebacker, they could use another game-changer.
No matter what their roster looks like the Steelers are in playoff contention every year.
Plenty of credit goes to head coach Mike Tomlin for that and the rest of his staff.
Now it will be interesting to see how the Steelers’ inside linebackers do under a new coach.
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