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According to Gerry Dulac of The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Pittsburg Steelers and defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau have decided to part ways after 11 years.

According to NBC Sports, LeBeau told the Urbana (Ohio) Daily Citizen that the Hall of Famer is not retiring, and that he actually is resigning.

“I’m resigning this position, not retiring,” LeBeau said told the Daily Citizen. “I had a great run in Pittsburgh. I’m grateful for all the things that have happened to me and thankful for all the support I had in Pittsburgh. . . . It’s just time to make a break.
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