Mike Tomlin Signs 3-Year Contract Extension with Steelers
When the Pittsburgh Steelers have a head coach they like, they stick with him. If Mike Tomlin lasts until the end of his new three-year contract extension Pittsburgh will have had three bench bosses in 55 years. According to Adam Schefter, the 49-year-old is now signed through 2024.
Tomlin heads into the 2021 season, tied at 21 for most career-NFL wins with Pete Carroll, and is five victories away from passing his predecessor Bill Cowher. Pittsburgh ended 2020 on a sour note struggling down the stretch before being upset by Cleveland in the playoffs. Over at the FanDuel Sportsbook, Pittsburgh is the third favorite to win the AFC North at +360, +1700 to take the AFC crown, and +3400 to win the Super Bowl.
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