Arians re-signs with Steelers
Offensive coordinator Bruce Arians has signed a one-year contract with the Steelers.
Arians' return is not a surprise, as coach Mike Tomlin said last week that he anticipated all but one of his assistants returning for the 2011 season.
The lone loss from Tomlin's staff was defensive backs coach Ray Horton. Horton left to become the Arizona Cardinals' defensive coordinator last month.
Arians has been the Steelers' offensive coordinator since 2007. Tomlin elevated him from wide receivers coach to his current position after succeeding Bill Cowher as the Steelers' coach.
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