Butler to coach linebackers for Pittsburgh
Rebuffed by former Cincinnati Bengals coach Dick LeBeau, the Pittsburgh Steelers have instead turned to Keith Butler, a former NFL player, as their new linebackers assistant.
Butler, who spent the past four seasons as the Cleveland Browns linebackers coach, replaces Mike Archer, who left the Steelers last week to become the defensive coordinator at the University of Kentucky. Butler played for the Seattle Seahawks for 10 seasons (1978-87), and began his coaching career in 1990 at the University ...
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