Antonio Brown’s Response To The Removal Of Matt Canada Gains Popularity

The Pittsburgh Steelers made a significant move on Tuesday by parting ways with offensive coordinator Matt Canada, a decision influenced by the ongoing struggles of the team’s offense, particularly in their recent game against the Cleveland Browns where they managed to score only 10 points and faced challenges in the passing game.

Following Canada’s departure, the Steelers are actively searching for a new full-time offensive coordinator, and former wide receiver Antonio Brown is expressing his interest in the position. Brown, who has been vocal in criticizing Canada on social media throughout his tenure, took to Twitter to playfully propose himself for the role with a simple statement: “AB OC.”

While Brown’s chances of becoming the next offensive coordinator are slim, given the circumstances of his departure from the team in the past, he continues to engage with the idea on social media. In the interim, running backs coach Eddie Faulkner will step into the role of interim offensive coordinator, and quarterbacks coach Mike Sullivan will take on play-calling duties, benefiting from his close collaboration with quarterback Kenny Pickett.