Head coach Mike Tomlin met with the media today for his final press conference of the 2009 season and while there wasn't any earth-shattering news, he did announce that quarterbacks coach Ken Anderson was retiring.
Anderson, a former Pro Bowl QB with the Cincinnati Bengals, has spent the past three seasons with the Steelers.
Tomlin is continuing to meet with the players as they put a wrap on a disappointing 2009 season.
He did say that he will meet with members of his coaching staff later this week and would not discount some additional changes there.
Free agent-to-be nose tackle Casey Hampton was one player who had his meeting with Tomlin Monday and Tomlin indicated - without actually saying it - that he would very much like to have Hampton back.
Placing the franchise tag on Hampton is a strong possibility.