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Steelers Part Ways with Two More Offensive Assistant Coaches

The Pittsburgh Steelers now have four vacancies on their offensive coaching staff.



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Pittsburgh Steelers offensive quality control assistant Matt Tomsho at practice on June 19, 2021. -- Ed Thompson / Steelers Now

Following the news of the departure of wide receivers coach Frisman Jackson on Monday, two more members of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive coaching staff are on their way out, a team source confirmed to Steelers Now.

Offensive quality control coach Matt Tomsho and assistant quarterbacks coach David Corley will both not return to the Steelers in 2024. It’s not unusual for team to turn over significant parts of their coaching staff following the hire of a new coordinator, and Arthur Smith will likely have input on their replacements on the coaching staff.

Tomsho spent three seasons as the team’s offensive quality control coach, and had extensive ties to former offensive coordinator Matt Canada, working with Canada at NC State, Pitt, LSU and Maryland before joining him on the Steelers, his first NFL job.

Corley spent two years on the staff as assistant quarterbacks coach. Before the Steelers, he worked as wide receivers coach at South Carolina State and was an intern with the Houston Texans. Corley was also wide receivers coach at Penn State, Army, UConn and William & Mary, where he got his start in coaching.

In addition to Tomsho and Corley, Steelers offensive assistant Glenn Thomas has also left the staff. Thomas took a job as co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Nebraska.

That leaves four vacancies on the team’s offensive coaching staff for Mike Tomlin and Smith to fill as the team attempts to revamp its identity around Smith’s run-first attack.

The only remaining coaches on the offensive side of the ball at this points are quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan, running backs coach Eddie Faulkner Jr., tight ends coach Alfredo Roberts, offensive line coach Pat Meyer and assistant offensive line coach Isaac Williams.