The Steelers will have their third special teams coordinator in less than a year when they begin their spring OTAs.
Special teams coordinator Amos Jones is leaving the Steelers to join the staff of Bruce Arians in Arizona.
Jones, who had been with the Steelers since 2007, replaced Al Everest in August when he was abruptly fired. Previously, Jones had been the Steelers assistant special teams coach.
His departure leaves head coach Mike Tomlin with two and possibly three positions to fill on his staff.
In addition to Everest and Jones, offensive line coach Sean Kugler left at the end of the season to accept the head coaching position at UTEP.
Tomlin and his staff were in Mobile, Ala., this week for the Senior Bowl. Team president Art Rooney II was with them, meaning Tomlin was likely talking to potential replacements.