Steelers’ Mike Tomlin admits fault, not intent for sideline fiasco – USA TODAY

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Calling his actions embarrassing and inexcusable, Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday he takes responsibility for his behavior on the controversial kickoff Thanksgiving night against the Baltimore Ravens but repeatedly denied any nefarious
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