Steelers Name Richard Mann Wide Receivers Coach

The Steelers today filled the void of wide out coach, naming Richard Mann to the position.

Mann was the Tampa Bay Bucs WR coachfrom 2002 to 2009. He also was the Bucs assistant head coach. He has 28 years coaching experience, and worked with Mike Tomlin when Tomlin was the Bucs DB coach for Tampa Bay from 2002 to 2005.

He’s also a local guy, as he is a native of Aliquippa, PA. He graduated from Aliquippa High School, the same place he began his coaching career in 1970. He was inducted into the Aliquippa Hall of Fame in 1982 and the Beaver County Hall of Fame in 1999.

The WR coach spot opened up when Scottie Montgomery left the team last week to take a job with the university of Duke.

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