Steelers Name Jack Bicknell Jr. As New O-Line Coach

The Steelers have a new O-line coach, as today the team named Jack Bicknell Jr. as the new man to lead the big boys up front.

Bicknell was the head coach of Louisiana Tech from 1999–2006, and then was as assistant head coach and offensive line coach for Boston College for two seasons.

He moved on to New York, where he was the assistant offensive line coach for the Giants in January 2008.

Bicknell is the son of former Boston College head coach Jack Bicknell and the brother of Bob Bicknell, the tight ends coach of the Buffalo Bills.

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