It must take a lot to actually impress Steelers coach Mike Tomlin. Unfazed in answering media questions after Tuesday's first practice of the first session of Organized Training Activities (OTAs), the Post Gazette's Dan Gigler's Blog 'n Gold wrote about Tomlin's reaction to a question asked regarding any player impressing during practice.
Yeah, so shut up, Mr. Or Mrs. Question Asker. Football isn't a game to be played in shorts. Not to put words into Tomlin's mouth, but one has to wonder if the football in shorts reference is a quiet jab at the lack of contact in these practices, and how that might not translate well into playing the actual game - where players hit each other (until the league says they cannot hit each other).
Not much to be impressed with, says Tomlin, but to turn a neutral into a positive, it doesn't appear anyone was injured.