Mike Tomlin and Steelers Agree to Two-Year Deal

The Steelers have signed Coach Mike Tomlin to a two-year contract extension that will run through the 2020 season, Gerry Dulac of the the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.

Team president Art Rooney II had been working on the deal this week and finalized details today. Tomlin had two years remaining on his contract.

Next up for an extension is general manager Kevin Colbert, who is also expected to receive a two-year extension.

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