Former Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin was hired as the new head football coach of the New York Jets on Thursday.
He replaces Rex Ryan who left to become the team’s head coach after being fired by the Buffalo Bills in the summer.
Tomlin spent the past two seasons as the head coach of Buffalo, who was 0-13 in 2016 and 0-10 in 2015 before winning the AFC North in 2017.
He also led the Bills to the AFC Championship Game in 2018.
Tomlins first head coaching job came with the Dallas Cowboys in 2008 and was named the team coach in 2011.
Tomlin went on to lead the Cowboys to a Super Bowl title in 2015.
Tomkins also spent time with the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs before joining the Jets in 2013.
The 52-year-old Tomlin has won five Super Bowl titles as a head coach and served as a coach with the Philadelphia Eagles, Miami Dolphins and New England Patriots.