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Report: Pitt Loses Another Assistant Coach to NFL

The Pitt Panthers will have to fill another vacant coaching position while in the thick of spring practices.

PITTSBURGH -- More coaching attrition is on the way for the Pitt Panthers, who have already turned over six of their on-field assistant coaches from the 2023 staff. Now a loss is coming from the support staff. 

According to a report from Doug Samuels of, Pitt's assistant director of player personnel, Joshua Jeanpierre, will be leaving his current position to accept a job with the Arizona Cardinals. He's expected to work in the team's scouting department. 

He spent the prior four years as Boston College’s assistant director of player personnel and helped the Eagles climb into the top-40 nationally in recruiting rankings. JeanPierre played football and ran track at Bridgewater State University and worked in business development in Boston before jumping back into football. 

The Panthers already lost two coaches from the 2023 staff - defensive line coach Charlie Partridge and wide receivers coach Tiquan Underwood - to NFL jobs this offseason and will have to fill another vacant position while in the thick of spring practices. 

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