Mike Tomlin Agrees toThree-Year Contract Extension with Pittsburgh Steelers

July 13, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Pittsburgh Steelers fans have have faced several burning questions over the last few months.
When is Roethlisberger coming back? How do we replace Santonio Holmes? How do we fix the offensive line? The key question through all of this, however, was whether Mike Tomlin, the brilliant head coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers, would sign an extension or be let go by the Steelers.
That question was answered as the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Tuesday that Mike Tomlin had signed a three year extension with the Steelers to stay on as head coach. He has a regular season record of 31-17 and a postseason record of 3-1 with one Super Bowl. 
Lots of people had assumed for some unknown reason that the Steelers would let him go, but this puts all those rumors to bed. After all, Tomlin was one of the main reasons the Steelers have been competitive even with a terrible offensive line for the last three years (last year was close, and if they got into the playoffs they could have ...

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