• Tomlin: Steelers were a big play "or two" away from win

    Summary of 11 articles · Updated Sep 13, 2013
    Coach Tomlin’s been the same, the players have been the same. "We had opportunities," Tomlin said. 22, 2007, when we first heard Mike Tomlin speak as Steelers head coach, and one question asked of the new man that day was what kind of offense he would like to have. Tomlin, by the way, would have nothing to do with Hard Knocks. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin needed a laugh track for Wednesday's conference call with the Cincinnati media when it came to his old defensive leader and new Bengals linebacker, , and Hard Knocks. Coach Mike Tomlin today spoke about the following changes to the lineup on both sides of the ball after the massacre that took place vs the Titans. Today in a conference call with the Cincy media, Mike Tomlin was asked a couple of questions about his former LB, who of course is famous not only for his on field antics, but his vocal displeasure against commish Roger Goodell.
    • Tomlin satisfied with return from surgery

      Josh Tomlin pitched in a Major League game for the first time in over a year, completing his return from Tommy John surgery by pitching two scoreless innings of relief in Thursday's 14-3 win over the White Sox.
      Source: MLB.com
    • Tomlin sets emotions aside ahead of Harrison reunion

      Cutting James Harrison this offseason was as clear an example as any of the cold business of the NFL. And while fans might zoom in for Harrison’s first game against his old team as a member of the Bengals, his old coach has tried to take the emotion out…
    • Tomlin Talks About Harrison, Facing Him Monday In Cincinnati

      The Steelers will get their first look at their old friend on Monday night, as the team will see former NFL Defensive Player of the Year James Harrison, who is now with the Bengals. Today in a conference call with the Cincy media, Mike Tomlin was asked …
    • Update: Whit says he's close after procedure; Tomlin salutes Harrison; Short takes

      Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin needed a laugh track for Wednesday's conference call with the Cincinnati media when it came to his old defensive leader and new Bengals linebacker, James Harrison, and Hard Knocks.
      Source: bengals.com
    • Tomlin salutes Harrison

      Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin needed a laugh track for Wednesday's conference call with the Cincinnati media when it came to his old defensive leader and new Bengals linebacker, James Harrison, and Hard Knocks.
      Source: bengals.com
    • Tomlin Updates The Walking Wounded As The Steelers Look Ahead

      The Steelers on the field Monday night vs the Bengals will look very different than the one Sunday vs the Titans. Maybe that’s a good thing. Coach Mike Tomlin today spoke about the following changes to the lineup on both sides of the ball after the mass…
  • Steelers not in panic mode

    PITTSBURGH – It might not make Pittsburgh Steelers fans happy that the status quo has prevailed this week at the team’s practice facility. But it has provided free safety Ryan Clark with a sense of comfort as the Steelers prepare for a Monday night game…
    Source: ESPN.com
  • Steelers running attack in need of repair

    Despite numerous efforts to fix it, the rushing game continues to regress for Mike Tomlin and the Steelers.
  • Steelers RB Redman to start again in Week 2

    Isaac Redman said that, despite coming off his worst game as a professional, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin still had confidence in him. The veteran running back apparently was right.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Isaac Redman will have a chance to “redeem himself” in Week Two

      An injury to Le’Veon Bell’s foot opened up a starting job for Steelers running back Isaac Redman and Redman didn’t exactly make a case for holding onto it. He did make a case for the benefits of holding onto the ball, however. Redman fumbled twice on hi…

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