The Pittsburgh Steelers now have a new tight ends coach now, according to the team.
The Steelers announced on Monday that Alfredo Roberts will be their new tight ends coach and thus be the one to replace the recently retired James Daniel.
Roberts, 55, was the tight ends coach of the Los Angeles Chargers last season. Prior to that, Roberts was on the coaching staffs of the Jacksonville Jaguars (2003–2006), Cleveland Browns (2007–2008), Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2009–2011) and the Indianapolis Colts.
Roberts played six seasons in the NFL as a tight end with the Kansas City Chiefs and Dallas Cowboys.