Thoughts on that one, GG?Steelers signed head coach Mike Tomlin to a three-year contract extension.
Tomlin, 49, is now signed through the 2024 season, which means the Steelers will have had three head coaches over 55 years. That's 14 presidential administrations, folks. Pittsburgh has been a perennial contender for much of Tomlin's 14 years at the helm, though the 2020 season marked a low point in Tomlin's head coaching career, as the Steelers collapsed down the stretch and suffered a humiliating Wild Card loss to the Browns. Tomlin heads into the 2021 season tied with Pete Carroll for the 21st most head coaching wins in league history. He needs five more wins to pass Bill Cowher, his predecessor. Forty-eight more wins would make Tomlin the winningest coach in Steelers history. Tomlin in 2021 will have one more go with a deteriorating Ben Roethlisberger as his quarterback.
SOURCE: Brooke Pryor on Twitter
Apr 20, 2021, 9:02 AM ET