The Pittsburgh Steelers and Player Engagement Coordinator Terry Cousin have reportedly parted ways, according to NFL Network’s Aditi Kinkhabwala.
The #Steelers have parted ways w/ Player Engagement Coordinator Terry Cousin, per multiple people w/ knowledge of the move. Cousin was w/ the organization for six years.— Aditi Kinkhabwala (@AKinkhabwala) February 17, 2021
Cousin had served in the role for the past six years, primarily assisting rookies in the transition to the professional level. He would also counsel players with like skills off the field. He served in similar roles with the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers prior to joining the Steelers in 2015.
Cousin played 12 seasons at cornerback with the Bears, Jacksonville Jaguars, Carolina Panthers, Atlanta Falcons, Cleveland Browns, Miami Dolphins and New York Giants. He had 13 career interceptions.
Cousin’s departure is the latest move in an offseason of turnover for Pittsburgh. Offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner, offensive line coach Shaun Sarrett, secondary coach Tom Bradley and tight ends coach James Daniel also will not return to the team for the 2021 season.