The Pittsburgh Steelers will have one off-season shakeup on special teams as the team will only retain one of their two special teams coaches.
It has not been confirmed which special teams coach will be fired.
It’s believed assistant special teams coach Amos Jones will be let go as there is talk that Mike Tomlin wants to retain special teams coach Bob Ligashesky.
Ligashesky met with Mike Tomlin today and unlike Larry Zierlien, his office has not been cleaned out to this point.
The Steelers were No. 1 on special teams in 2008 under Ligashesky but had plenty of woes in 2009, giving up four kickoff returns for touchdowns.