Tomlin To Keep Coordinators Lebeau, Arians


Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is retaining his coordinators according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.  Defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau will return for his ninth season on the Steelers sidelines, his sixth as coordinator and 36th in the NFL as a player, head or assistant coach.  LeBeau’s defense was first in the NFL in yards allowed (third against the run and third against the pass).  Offensive coordinator Bruce Arians will return as well for his second season as the play-caller.  Arians offense was ranked 17th in the NFL this season.  Arians quarterback, Ben Roethlisberger, rebounded from a poor 2006 season to have his best season as a pro, statistically speaking, with a 104.1 passer rating and a Steelers record 32-touchdown passes.

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