The Pittsburgh Steelers have hired Mateo Kambui as an offensive assistant, the team announced on Friday.
Kambui was an assistant offensive line coach with the Atlanta Falcons under new Steelers offensive coordinator Arthur Smith in 2023.
Before his stint with Smith, he was a coaching fellow with the Denver Broncos from 2021-22. Before that, he was a graduate assistant at Georgia Southern for one season and running backs coach at his alma mater, Florida A&M in 2019.
He played two seasons for the Rattlers, play in 22 games at center, after starting his college career at Butler (Ks.) Community College.
The Steelers already have an assistant offensive line coach in Isaac Williams, but it’s possible that Kambui could work with the tight ends or running backs. Offensive quality control coach Matt Tomsho, who was not retained for 2024, usually worked with the tight ends along with coach Alfredo Roberts.
The future of Mike Sullivan, who was quarterbacks coach from 2021-23 and is still under contract with the team, remains unclear, though he reportedly is expected to remain with the Steelers.
Steelers 2024 offensive coaching staff
Offensive coordinator: Arthur Smith (Matt Canada)
Quarterbacks coach: Tom Arth (Mike Sullivan)
Running backs coach: Eddie Faulkner
Offensive line coach: Pat Meyer
Tight ends coach: Alfredo Roberts
Wide receivers coach: Zach Azzanni (Frisman Jackson)
Assistant quarterbacks coach: vacant
Assistant offensive line coach: Isaac Williams
Offensive assistant: Mateo Kambui (Glenn Thomas)
Offensive quality control coach: vacant
Role TBD: Mike Sullivan