Mike Munchak for at least one more season after the Denver Broncos opted to name Vic Fangio as their head coach on Wednesday Franco Harris Jersey , that dream took a turn for the worse on Friday when it emerged that the Broncos were still interested in him for a coaching role in 2019.With Munchak out of contract with the Steelers, he is technically a free agent and free to sign with any team, even for a position that is not an upgrade over the role he previously held in Pittsburgh. Although unclear what job he is in contention for with the Broncos Donnie Shell Jersey , it does not appear to be the recently vacated offensive coordinator position that became available after Gary Kubiak was fired on Friday. Most reports suggest they are interested in hiring Munchak as their offensive line coach.The fact that his granddaughter lives in the Denver region is being sold as a reason for Munchak’s intrigue in a role with the Broncos and it would be understandable if he wanted to be closer to family. However, it should be expected that Pittsburgh will make a serious push to keep him as they have done in the previous years when other teams have tried to lure him away. For a man who has never played in Pittsburgh, the Los Angeles Charger wide receiver also had some interesting opinions about a certain player in the Steelers locker room." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBehind the Steel Curtaina Pittsburgh Steelers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsSteelersOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsSteelers Film Room2018 NFL Draft AnalysisLatest NewsFiled under:Latest NewsChargers WR Keenan Allen suggest 2019 season will be ‘life-changing’ for JuJu Smith-Schuster New Rod Woodson Jersey ,25commentsFor a man who has never played in Pittsburgh, the Los Angeles Charger wide receiver also had some interesting opinions about a certain player in the Steelers locker room. EDTShareTweetShareShareChargers WR Keenan Allen suggest 2019 season will be ‘life-changing’ for JuJu Smith-Schuster Photo by Jason O. Watson/Getty ImagesEven when the Pittsburgh Steelers are not meant to be the topic of conversation for the sports talk shows, it sometimes feels that shows like Undisputed with Shannon Sharpe and Skip Bayless on FS1 would have nothing to talk about if they did not keep mentioning the Steelers on a daily basis. The latest example of this coming on Tuesday when Los Angeles Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen appeared as a guest. Given the team that he plays for Mike Wagner Jersey , it is perhaps understandable that the hosts of the show ran out of things to talk about when it comes to the Chargers and it was not long before the Steelers came up during the conversation. And despite playing seven years for the same team on the other side of the country and only playing Pittsburgh twice in his entire career, it appears that Allen has his own unique insights into some of the personalities on the Steelers roster. Asked how Antonio Brown will fare in Oakland with Derek Carr at quarterback, Allen suggested that AB would continue to be successful given the Raiders’ talent under center. A quarterback who he believes is very similar to Roethlisberger Rocky Bleier Jersey , if not better. And when asked how JuJu Smith-Schuster would deal with being the No.1 receiver, Allen had a something of a warning for the young wideout. Glossing over Allen’s gross mischaracterization of Roethlisberger and Carr as being in any way equal in talent and the shot at Big Ben’s personality, it is hard to imagine that anything will keep Smith-Schuster up late at night other than a video game. The young Steelers receiver has already eclipsed Allen’s best ever season tally in only his second year in the league and it would be fair to question just how many more routes Smith-Schuster can be expected to learn. Having lined up all over the field Joe Gilliam Jersey , it seems likely that the former USC product probably knows more route combination that receivers with far more experience who spend most of their life on the outside. How quickly Smith-Schuster adapts to being double-teamed most of the time will be the key to his success in 2019, but a number of underrated weapons at the other receiver spots should mean the offense will not falter too much while he learns.