The Steelers have apparently signed OC Todd Haley to a contract extension that will keep him in Pittsburgh through the 2016 season, according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
- Haley’s extension reportedly tacks on two-years to his current deal.
Pittsburgh brought Haley in back in 2012 to run their offense shortly after they fired Bruce Arians. Haley had been fired as the Chiefs head coach a few months before.
Since taking over as the Steelers offense coordinator, Pittsburgh has finished:
- 2012: No. 21 in total offense and No. 22 in points scored.
- 2013: No. 20 in total offense and No. 16 in points scored.
- 2014: No. 2 in total offense and No. 7 in points scored.
Haley got off to a poor start with the Steelers, but his offense has shown improvement in each of the past two seasons and helped Ben Roethlisberger lead the league in passing yards in 2014.