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Steelers QB coach Anderson retires

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Steelers QB coach Ken Anderson has retired, head coach Mike Tomlin said on Tuesday.

Anderson, 60, coached the Steelers' quarterbacks for three seasons. Anderson was previously an assistant with the Jaguars (2003-06) and Bengals (1993-2002).

Anderson played 16 seasons with the Bengals and holds the club records for passing yards (32,838) and TD passes (197).

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