The Pittsburgh Steelers re-hired one of their former scouts on Thursday.
Kelvin Fisher, who had spent the last four seasons with the Buffalo Bills overseeing their college scouting operations and later being named the team’s Player Personnel Advisor, has been re-hired by the Steelers as a scout, according to the team.
Fisher, who originally was hired by the Steelers in 2000, spent 13 seasons with the Steelers as a scout prior to being hired by the Bills in 2013.
A native of Ambridge, PA, Fisher played his college football at Arizona State where he was a fullback. In 1992 Fisher was an undrafted free agent for the New York Jets and was on the Arizona Cardinals practice squad in 1993.
In 2016 Fisher was honored with an induction into the Beaver County Sports Hall of Fame.