The Steelers have named Omar Khan as their next general manager, following in the footsteps of Ben Rothlisberger.

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Omar Khan, vice president of Steelers football and business management Named the team’s next general managerKevin replaces Colbert after 22 years of success.

Khan is one of them Six candidates Steelers conducted a second interview. The other five are Brandon Hunt, pro-Steelers scout coordinator, and Titans VP of player staff. With Ryan Cowan, Buchanan’s VP John Spitech, former Pills GM and Steelers executive Doug Wally and Eagles VP. Weidl is expected to be appointed GM’s new assistant to the Steelers. According to Aditi Kingapwala.

Khan, 44, has been with the Steelers since 2001 after joining the Saints with the NFL in 1997. Prior to being elected Director of Football Management in 2011, he initially served as Pittsburgh’s Football Management Coordinator. Khan was promoted to his latest post. VP of Football and Business Administration in 2016. With Khan’s 21-year ownership, the Steelers have won two Super Bowls and three AFC titles.

Khan will follow in the footsteps of a legend in Colbert who helped create the list that won two Super Bowls, three AFC Championships and 10 Division titles. The Steelers have made 14 playoffs in Pittsburgh in Colbert’s 22 years. 18 consecutive unbeaten seasons in the NFL have been so long that they have had only one losing season.

“I am very excited for this opportunity to be the General Manager of Pittsburgh Steelers,” Khan said in a team statement. “I would like to thank Art Rooney II, Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert for their whole support in this process. We work tirelessly to build another championship football team for the Nation and our community. “

After compiling a 9-7-1 regular season record, the Steelers went on to the playoffs from the 2021 season. Pittsburgh Off-Season Free Agent Signing Included Mitchell Trobiski And the choice of the former bit quarterback Kenny Pickett With the 20th overall selection. Both quarters will compete Mason Rudolph Must be the team’s first week opener.

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