The Pittsburgh Steelers have expressed interest in Carolina assistant offensive line coach Ray Brown to fill the vacancy created after the team fired offensive line coach Jack Bicknell Jr. on Friday. For the time being, the Panthers have declined to let Brown interview, but are expected to let him talk to the Steelers about the job after the playoffs have concluded.
Brown spent 20 years in the NFL as a player and has spent the past seven years working his way up through the coaching ranks.
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