New Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin says he is not looking to make friends but to make the Steelers a unified group ready to do battle. Tomlin told reporters in his final press conference before the opening of training camp that he has a load of two-a-day practice sessions scheduled. Tomlin has about 15 of those sessions planned, more than twice than predecessor Bill Cowher. Seven of those sessions will focus on special teams and light drills but all players are expected to attend. There are also no planned days off for the two weeks players will be at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe. Players are to report by 4 p.m. Monday with the first practice Tuesday morning and the first practice open to the public Tuesday afternoon. The Steelers begin their preseason schedule with the annual Hall Of Fame Game against New Orleans August 5th.
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