Announced today by the Steelers, Shaun Sarrett hired as the quality control coach for offense. He’ll mainly work with the offensive line like now departed Harold Goodwin did who joined Bruce Arians in Indianapolis.
Per his bio from Duke: Shaun Sarrett joined the staff in January of 2008 and serves in the capacity of offensive quality control.
Sarrett came to Duke after two years as a graduate assistant at Marshall University, where he earned a master’s degree in education. Prior to his stint with the Thundering Herd, he served as an offensive and defensive line coach at Streetsboro High School in Streetsboro, Ohio.
A native of Beckley, W. Va., Sarrett was a three-year letterman on the gridiron at Kent State University. He graduated with a degree in health education in 2004.
Sarrett will work with Steelers Offensive Line Coach Sean Kugler as an assistant not only with the line but if he follows in the footsteps of Goodwin he’ll also help with game planning, film breakdown, player development and more.
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