Steelers minority owners will lobby to fire head coach Mike Tomlin

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It's not a firing, per Rapoport, as Haley's contract expired after the season and the Steelers simply are letting him walk instead of re-signing him.

Haley, 50, joined the Steelers in 2012 after he had been the Chiefs head coach. Roethlisberger said on Sunday that he would be back next season and has told his teammates that he wants to play for another three years, according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Ben Roethlisberger committed seven turnovers in two home losses to the Jacksonville Jaguars this season-five in a regular season blowout, and two more in the divisional round of the playoffs. Star offensive playmakers Le'Veon Bell, left, and Antonio Brown celebrate during a game at Heinz Field. I said I probably wouldn't coach past 70.

We've all heard quarterbacks yell "alert!" or something similar once they survey the defense to let their teammates know they're changing the play.

Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers have faced a lot of questions after their loss to Jacksonville on Sunday.

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"I don't think (the outside noise) had anything to do with it", guard David DeCastro said.

The rest is history as Jacksonville pulled off a stunning upset 45-42, thanks in part to some very questionable coaching calls from Tomlin.

One Steelers fan in particular made a decision to channel his rage into a video, during which he rips the cocky Steelers as the game highlights play on the screen. "I'm just going to provide the same efforts that they provide me".

Many projected either Fichtner or offensive line coach Mike Munchak to get the gig. He complimented the youngest player on the team, for example, JuJu Smith-Schuster, for playing up to the moment. The Steelers finished in the top three in total yards in three of the past four years.

How the coach treats the media and how he conducts himself is a reflection of the organization. "If I err, I'm always going to err on the side of action in an effort to win".

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