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Mike Tomlin has made another hire to his coaching staff, leaving the secondary coach position as the only vacant spot. According to Mark Kaboly and Dan Duggan of The Athletic, the Steelers are hiring former Falcons offensive line coach Chris Morgan as their assistant offensive line coach.
Morgan will work under Adrian Klemm, who was promoted to offensive line coach on Tuesday by the Steelers. Klemm replaces Shaun Sarrett, who didn't have his contract renewed after the season.
Morgan also interviewed with the Giants after he was let go by new Falcons’ head coach Arthur Smith. He has 12 years of experience, six as an offensive line coach and six as an assistant offensive line coach.