Pittsburgh Steelers announced new offensive coordinator with….

Today, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced Arthur Smith as their new offensive coordinator. Bringing with him a wealth of experience, Smith is entering his 17th year in the NFL and has spent the last three seasons (2021-23) as the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons under Coach Mike Tomlin.

Expressing his excitement, Smith remarked, “It’s a unique opportunity to work for an organization like the Pittsburgh Steelers. The rich history and culture, coupled with the chance to collaborate with Mike Tomlin, make it a perfect cultural fit for me.”

Prior to his stint with the Falcons, Smith was part of the Tennessee Titans coaching staff from 2011-20, concluding his tenure with two seasons as the offensive coordinator in 2019 and 2020. During these years, the Titans offense earned recognition as one of the top units in the NFL.

In the 2023 season with Smith at the helm, the Falcons offense achieved notable milestones, including six games with over 400 yards, tying for the fourth-most in single-season franchise history. Additionally, the team secured a ninth-place ranking in the NFL for rushing yards per game. Notably, the Falcons stood out as one of only two teams in the league to conclude the season with both a top-10 rushing attack and a top-five opponent pressure rate.

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