Breaking news ‘Quarterback Whisperer’ Pegged as Potential Steelers OC…

Breaking news ‘Quarterback Whisperer’ Pegged as Potential Steelers OC…

Not every great offensive mind becomes a great NFL head coach. But that doesn’t mean that mind can’t still be very useful in an offensive coordinator role like with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Former Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury is quickly becoming one of the poster children for that argument this offseason.

Kingsbury failed as an NFL head coach, going 28-37-1 with the Cardinals. But he’s still regarded as one of the top offensive gurus and quarterback developers available for

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the Steelers’ offensive coordinator opening.

“Kingsbury is considered something of a quarterback whisperer,” DeFabo wrote. “During his four-year stint as the Arizona Cardinals head coach, he helped Kyler Murray win Offensive Rookie of the Year and make it to two Pro Bowls. Before that, he worked with Patrick Mahomes at Texas Tech and helped Johnny Manziel win the Heisman Trophy in 2012 as Texas A&M’s offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.

“He’s going to be a hot name this cycle and is scheduled to meet with the Chicago Bears, who could be targeting the USC quarterback he helped develop, Caleb Williams.”

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