Mark Kaboly | Tribune-Review
Former Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is enjoying a successful run as Indianapolis’ offensive coordinator and interim head coach.
Just 10 months ago, Arians retired … or sort of. Remember this:
“Bruce Arians has informed me that he will retire from coaching,” Coach Mike Tomlin said in a statement issued in late January.
Well, as we found out soon after that Arians did not retire, and later was hired by the Colts.
Well, Arians took a little shot at the Steelers and Tomlin when asked on Wednesday what he’s thankful for this year.
“I am thankful for the Pittsburgh Steelers letting me go to be here,” Arians told Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star. “Truthfully, I couldn’t think of a better place to be at this point in time and to have felt more needed probably in my entire life. So, thank you Pittsburgh.”