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Pittsburgh Steelers: Report Says Mike Tomlin Will Decide on Future After Season

It’s been an intriguing season for the Steelers and head coach Mike Tomlin, and speculation over his future continues.


Tomlin, in his 17th season, is the NFL’s longest-tenured current head coach and has never lost a season. Pittsburgh won its final three games to enter the playoffs, but there is still suspicion that Tomlin may not return for the 2024 season.


According to Pro Football Talk, the Steelers want to extend Tomlin’s contract, but he has not decided on his future plans and will consult with his family after the season. Tomlin still has a year left on his current contract, and he has never entered the final year of a contract without negotiating an extension.


Other NFL media insiders have stated that Tomlin’s future for next season has not been determined.


“He’s got a year left on his contract,” ESPN’s Adam Schefter told Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “There are some in the NFL who predict Mike Tomlin will eventually opt to take some time off, as Sean Payton did. Consider taking a year off. Mike Tomlin, not the Pittsburgh Steelers, will have final say over what happens here. They are not firing him. He will stay, but only if he chooses to. But if he decides he wants to walk, then, that’s another story.”


FOX Sports’ Jay Glazer stated that Tomlin will decide whether to return to Pittsburgh next season.


The choice on whether Tomlin returns to Pittsburgh next season is entirely up to him.


“Mike Tomlin, a few weeks ago, many were calling for his removal. Are you kidding me, people? Glazer remarked on Fox through Cook. “He has never experienced a losing season. Mike Tomlin will have the last say on whether he returns to the Steelers.


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