Pittsburgh Steelers defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau announced his resignation from his position after 11 years at the helm.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers will be seeing a major change of scenery as their widely respected defensive coordinator, Dick LeBeau, has announced his resignation from the team after 11 seasons with the team.
LeBeau said that his decision was made mutually with the Steelers organization, and the 77-year-old defensive coordinator insisted that he is not retiring.
The Steelers have been well-known for their defensive success throughout most of their franchise history, and LeBeau kept this tradition and helped guide the Steelers to two Super Bowl victories.
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