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Pittsburgh Steelers players weren’t the only ones at training camp this week. Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin saw a group of kids fight on the street as Super Bowl XLIII champions The coach’s guests travel to St. Vincent’s College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. Fox Sports’ whistleblower Jay Glazer offers training camp kids watching in Tomlin Case video of training with running back Najib Harris. Jay Glazer @ Jay Glazer
By far the best thing/story I’ve seen on a camping trip. A little backstory. @CoachTomlin saw these kids driving when they were fighting on the street. Tomlin pulled over and the children, apparently shocked by who got out, stopped the fight. (Read the full story below) pic.twitter.com/08pFlZTtfx
Glazer provided more background information:
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The community center referred to is the Jasmine Nyree Campus, whose stated mission is to “provide the best comprehensive special education services to consumers and their families.”
Steelers website writer Teresa Varley offers more videos of Tomlin interacting with the kids.
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Tomlin, 50, is entering his 16th season as head coach of the Steelers. He led Pittsburgh to 10 playoff appearances, two AFC championships and one Super Bowl. The Steelers also never had a losing season under Tomlin, who went 154-85-2 in the regular season.