Carolina Panthers assistant general manager Dan Morgan is among a handful of candidates who have interviewed the Pittsburgh Steelers to replace outgoing general manager Kevin Colbert. Art Rooney II talks about finding a new GM: watch the video above. The Steelers announced Friday that Morgan, Green Bay co-director of player personnel John Wojciechowski, Indianapolis Colts director of college scouting Morocco Brown and Tampa Bay vice president of player personnel John Spytek , have all sat down with the team at some point over the past two weeks. Colbert will resign after the NFL Draft after more than two decades with the club. Steelers president Art Rooney II said last month that the team could split Colbert’s duties into perhaps two jobs. The club previously interviewed two internal candidates, vice-chairman Omar Khan and professional personnel manager Brandon Hunt. Khan and Brown were recently in the mix for the GM job in Chicago which ultimately went to Ryan Poles. Rooney said the team was in no rush. to hire Colbert’s successor and that the club will operate as usual throughout the draft. The Steelers, fresh off a 9-7-1 season that ended in a first-round playoff loss to Kansas City, have the 20th overall pick in the draft and have a variety of needs, including along the offensive and defensive lines and at quarterback after Ben retired from Roethlisberger. The six candidates the Steelers have publicly identified have never served as general manager in the league. Wojciechowski hails from suburban Pittsburgh and played in Duquesne. He spent two years with the Steelers as a personal player assistant in the 1990s before moving to Jacksonville, Dallas and Green Bay. Morgan played linebacker for seven seasons at Carolina and was hired as the team’s assistant general manager last May. Morgan previously worked in Seattle and Buffalo, where he spent three years as the club’s director of player personnel.

Carolina Panthers Assistant General Manager Dan Morgan is one of a handful of candidates who have interviewed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to replace outgoing general manager Kevin Colbert.

Art Rooney II talks about finding a new GM: Watch the video above.

The Steelers announced Friday that Morgan, Green Bay’s co-director of player personnel John WojciechowskiIndianapolis Colts college scouting director Morocco Chestnut and Vice President of Tampa Bay Player Personnel John Spytek all have sat down with the team at some point over the past two weeks.

Colbert will retire after the NFL Draft after more than two decades with the club.

Steelers president Art Rooney II said last month that the team could split Colbert’s duties into perhaps two jobs. The club previously interviewed two internal candidates, vice-president Omar Khan and Director of Professional Personnel Brandon hunt.

Khan and Brown were recently in the mix for the GM job in Chicago which ultimately went to Ryan Poles.

Rooney said the team was in no rush to sign Colbert’s successor and the club would continue with business as usual throughout the draft. The Steelers, fresh off a 9-7-1 season that ended in a first-round playoff loss to Kansas City, have the 20th overall pick in the draft and have a variety of needs, including along the offensive and defensive lines and at quarterback after Ben retired from Roethlisberger.

The six candidates the Steelers have publicly identified have never served as general manager in the league.

Wojciechowski hails from suburban Pittsburgh and played in Duquesne. He spent two years with the Steelers as a personal player assistant in the 1990s before moving to Jacksonville, Dallas and Green Bay.

Morgan played linebacker for seven seasons at Carolina and was hired as the team’s assistant general manager last May. Morgan previously worked in Seattle and Buffalo, where he spent three years as the club’s director of player personnel.