Could this season be the final one for Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley with the team?
Well, if you believe a Sunday report by Jason La Canfora on CBS, there’s a chance that could happen.
La Canfora reports that Haley could get strong consideration for the Miami Dolphins head coaching job during the offseason because he is disciple of Bill Parcells. Parcells was the Dolphins VP of football operations from 2007-10.
Dan Campbell, another protégée and former player of Parcells, is currently the Dolphins interim head coach. According to a report this past week, however, Parcells said he had no role in advising Dolphins owner Stephen Ross on Campbell’s elevation after Joe Philbin was fired a few weeks ago.
Haley, who has been the Steelers offensive coordinator since 2012, was the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs from 2009-2011.
Haley broke into the league with New York Jets in 1995 as a member of their scouting department. When Parcells become the Jets head coach in 1997, Haley was promoted to an offensive assistant job and coach of the wide receivers.
Haley also coached wide receivers for Parcells when the two were with the Dallas Cowboys from 2004-2006.