Steelers Extend Mike Tomlin

By Justin McGonigle

The Steelers announced the extension of coach Mike Tomlin today. Tomlin had one year remaining on an extension he signed prior to the 2015 season.

The deal will pay Tomlin an average of over 8 million per season over the next three years.

Tomlin became the Steelers head coach in 2007 following the retirement of Bill Cowher. Two years later he became the youngest coach in NFL History to win the Super Bowl.

Tomlin has compiled a 103-57 record in the regular season. He notched his 100th victory at Buffalo last season. He has taken the Steelers to two Super Bowls and hasn’t ever had a losing record.

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