Adrian Klemm has left his post as the Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive line coach to accept a similar position at the University of Oregon, the team announced on Monday. Chris Morgan, who had served as Klemm's assistant, will handle the Steelers' offensive line duties for the remainder of the season.
A former player for the Patriots and Packers, Klemm served as the Steelers' assistant offense line coach for two seasons before being promoted in 2021. Morgan, who is in his first season with the Steelers, is a 13-year NFL coaching veteran who most recently spent six seasons on the Falcons' coaching staff. Morgan was the offensive line coach on two Super Bowl teams in Seattle (2014) and Atlanta (2016).