Both sides are officially denying it thus far, but that's the usual tack when something gets leaked. When you talk about high-pressure coaching jobs in sports, the Pittsburgh gig has to be at or near the top. You're following in the footsteps of two Super Bowl-winning legends, and you're only the third guy to fill the role since the 60's. On the bright side, Tomlin will get a long time to mold his club as long as he stays competitive.
Profootballtalk.com gets some kudos for this, as they picked Tomlin for the Steelers job over a month ago.
I don't know what is more disquieting -- the fact that the rest of the statue is missing, or that it has four toes.
That was my first though, but Looking at it, if they had wanted to pay first round money to a WR they would have resigned Coles. Taking a reciever now would amount to wasting two picks to maybe get a player who will in three years replace what you had.