With coaching searches underway, the Pittsburgh Steelers have submitted their first interview slip for their vacant offensive coordinator position.
Per NFL Network's Albert Breer, the Steelers have requested to interview Los Angeles Rams pass-game coordinator, Zac Robinson.
In 2021, Robinson served as the quarterback coach for the Rams, assisting Matthew Stafford and his offense to victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI.
In the last two seasons, Robinson has held a dual role as pass game coordinator and quarterbacks coach. This past season, the Rams offense finished tenth in total passing yards (4063) and passing yards per game (239.0). Stafford finished 11th in passing yards with 3,965.
The success of rookie receiver Puka Nacua, who set NFL rookie records for total receptions (105) and receiving yards (1,486), was perhaps his greatest quality during his time with the Rams.
Robinson seems to be in high demand, as he has an interview scheduled with the New England Patriots tomorrow and previously interviewed with the Chicago Bears for their offensive coordinator position.