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ESPN published this video item, entitled “Has Mike Tomlin’s run with the Steelers been underappreciated? | Outside The Lines” – below is their description.
In Outside The Lines’ Parting Shots, Bomani Jones addresses the NFL’s new plan to reward teams with draft picks if one of their minority coaches or personnel people is hired to be a head coach or general manager. Kimberley A. Martin questions if Mike Tomlin’s tenure with the Pittsburgh Steelers has been underappreciated while Israel Gutierrez discusses Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa’s DUI case. #OTL #ESPNESPN YouTube Channel
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