Todd Haley, an offensive assistant with the Dallas Cowboys from 2004 to 2006, will take over as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive coordinator in 2012.
ESPN reported the move on Monday, citing an unnamed source, but the deal has yet to be officially announced. Haley will replace Bruce Arians, who left his post in Pittsburgh earlier this year to take over the offense of the Indianapolis Colts.
Since his stay in Dallas, where he served as receivers coach and passing game coordinator, Haley has spent two seasons as the offensive coordinator of the Arizona Cardinals (2007-2008) and two and about a half seasons as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs. He was fired by the Chiefs in December, following a 5-8 start.
Haley’s father, Dick Haley, served as the Steelers’ Director of Player Personnel from 1971-1990.
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