Thought I would ruin some of y'alls dayBy Scott Brown, PITTSBURGH TRIBUNE-REVIEW
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
The Steelers could experience significant roster turnover this offseason.
There will be very little, if any, when it comes to Mike Tomlin's coaching staff.
Both offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau will return in 2012.
The two were at Steelers' headquarters yesterday as various players went through exit meetings and interviews with their position coach, as well as Tomlin.
Cornerback Keenan Lewis said LeBeau had a simple message to the players that will take time off before returning to Pittsburgh to start training for the 2012 season.
"He just told us to come back ready to win a Super Bowl," Lewis said.
The Steelers finished first in the NFL this season in scoring defense (14.2 points allowed per game) and total defense (271.8 yards ppg). They were 12th in total offense (372.3 yards per game) and tied for 21st in scoring (20.3 yards per game).