• Steelers' Tomlin optimistic about signing a veteran running back

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Mar 25, 2014
    – The Steelers have one more hole they would like to fill before the NFL draft and Coach Mike Tomlin said today he is “optimistic” they will sign a veteran running back to back up Le’Veon Bell. As he did earlier in the week, Tomlin said his 2014 roster remains a work in progress – he hopes to add a veteran running back by the end of the week – and he won't know exactly what he will be working with until after the May 8-10 draft. “We need to have depth in that area and we will in the not-too-distant future...
    • Steelers’ Tomlin experiencing urgency entering 2014

      ORLANDO, Fla. — Mike Tomlin owns what arguably is the most secure head coaching position in the NFL, a league in which job tenure outside ...
  • Mike Tomlin: Steelers will add running back help in draft or free agency

    The Steelers aren’t just window-shopping for running backs. Speaking at the NFL meetings in Orlando on Tuesday, head coach Mike Tomlin said the club would be signing or drafting running back depth to complement starter Le’Veon Bell, according to Gerry D…

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