The Steelers made a huge splash as far as their coaching staff is concerned on Wednesday night, coming to terms with former Titans coach Mike Munchak as the teams new Offensive Line coach.
Munchak lasted three seasons with the Titans before being fired at the end of the 2013 season. Tennessee has since hired former Steelers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt.
The HOF OL had several interviews since being fired including talking to the Browns about becoming their head coach, and also he spoke to the Texans about being their new OL coach.
He was the 8th overall pick by the old Houston Oilers back in the 1982 NFL Draft, and his career was famous as far as linemen were concerned, making it to 10 All-Pro teams and nine Pro Bowls.
Munchak took over the Titans after they fired Jeff Fisher after the 2010 season.