Steelers News Mike Munchak Likely to Stay With Steelers Published 1 week ago on January 9, 2019 By Donnie Druin 213shares Share Tweet Flipboard Reddit Comment EmailPittsburgh Steelers offensive line coach Mike Munchak was one of the hottest names thrown into the ring following the opening of eight head coaching positions around the league just a few weeks ago. Munchak was expected to pursue a second stint as a head coach after leading the Tennessee Titans to a 22-26 record over three seasons from 2011-2013. After helping build one of the best offensive line units in the league, it appeared that Munchak was on his way to find a new gig and escape the soap opera-esque atmosphere that had enveloped his team in Pittsburgh. Yet Munchak wouldn’t leave his current position for just any new gig, as he would only leave for the “exact right fit” per Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network. After declining to interview with the Miami Dolphins, Munchak had expressed great interest in the Denver Broncos head coaching position. After interviewing with the Broncos organization, the race was narrowed down to Munchak and Chicago Bears defensive coordinator Vic Fangio. Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Broncos decided on Fangio as their new guy moving forward. Denver reached agreement with Bears’ DC Vic Fangio to become the Broncos’ next head coach, sources tell me and @DanGrazianoESPN. It will be a four-year deal plus a team option for a fifth, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 9, 2019 What’s this mean for Munchak and the Steelers? Unless a last-minute, undeniable offer comes through for Munchak, he will likely stay put in Pittsburgh for another season. Munchak has undoubtedly proved his worth within the organization, and just might see a promotion within the team itself in order to keep him around for the long-term. In an off-season filled with seemingly nothing but self-implosion, the Steelers got a huge victory by having Munchak stay in their building, even if it’s for one more season. 213shares Share Tweet Flipboard Reddit Comment Email Related Topics:Denver BroncosfeaturedMiami DolphinsMike MunchakPittsburgh Steelers Up Next Steelers Sign Former Pine-Richland, YSU Tight End Kevin Rader Don't Miss Steelers Fire Running Back Coach James Saxon Donnie Druin Continue Reading You may like Art Rooney II Opens up on Bell, Brown, Tomlin and More Buccaneers Hire Former Steeler Randle El Mic Drop: Munchak Leaving for Broncos Speaks to Steelers Mess Steelers Confident in New OL Coach Shaun Sarrett Mike Munchak Leaving Steelers for Same Position With Broncos Jerry Rice on Antonio Brown: ‘He Wants to Come Here Really Bad’ Click to comment Leave a Reply This comment form is under antispam protection This comment form is under antispam protection Subscribe Notify of new follow-up comments new replies to my comments Steelers Now in Your Mailbox! Enter your email address to subscribe and get notifications of new posts in your mailbox. Email Address Latest Popular Videos Steelers1 hour ago T.J. Watt Named to the 2019 Pro Bowl Team Steelers23 hours ago Art Rooney II Opens up on Bell, Brown, Tomlin and More Steelers History2 days ago Troy Polamalu Elected to College Football Hall of Fame NFL2 days ago Buccaneers Hire Former Steeler Randle El Steelers Talk2 days ago Mic Drop: Munchak Leaving for Broncos Speaks to Steelers Mess Steelers7 days ago Antonio Brown Trade Inevitable After Rooney Comments Steelers5 days ago The Steelers 2019 Draft Could Determine Future of Franchise Steelers4 days ago Is Ben Roethlisberger a Bad Teammate? Ex-Teammates, Poll Say Yes Steelers News6 days ago Steelers Hire Pitt Alum, Sharon Native Teryl Austin Steelers6 days ago Which Teams Could be a Good Match for Steelers/Antonio Brown Trade? Steelers Talk6 days ago Mic Drop: Trade Tomlin, Promote Munchak Steelers Talk1 week ago Mic Drop: Gregg Williams Should Replace Keith Butler Steelers Talk2 weeks ago Mic Drop: Joey Porter Gone, More Steelers Change Coming Steelers Talk2 weeks ago Mic Drop: Steelers Must Trade Antonio Brown Mike Tomlin Press Conference2 weeks ago Mike Tomlin End of Season Press Conference 1/2/19 Like us on Facebook! Like us on Facebook!