PITTSBURGH — The Pittsburgh Steelers are adding an offensive assistant coach, hiring former Arizona State offensive coordinator Glenn Thomas, the team announced.
Thomas brings more than 20 years of coaching experience through the NFL and college to the Steelers. He spent 2022 with Arizona State. Prior to last season, he spent two years at UNLV as their offensive coordinator/quarterback coach.
Before UNLV, Thomas spent three years at Baylor as the co-offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. The program finished the 2019 season ranked 7th in the country, finishing with a 11-2 record. During his time with the team, he helped Charlie Brewer finish his career with 69 touchdowns, becoming one of the top quarterbacks in team history.
Thomas spent the 2015-2016 season with the Temple Owls as their quarterbacks coach before being promoted to offensive coordinator. During his time there, the team had back-to-back 10 win seasons.
Thomas’s NFL experience come with the Atlanta Falcons, where he was a quarterbacks coach for three seasons.
In Pittsburgh, Thomas will work with offensive coordinator Matt Canada, and will likely help with the development of Kenny Pickett as well.