Steelers’ Tomlin Seen Being Fined for Going on Field, ESPN Says

Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is seen being fined at least $100,000 for stepping on the field and interfering with play in the team’s game against Baltimore on Nov. 28, ESPN reported, citing a person familiar with the situation.

The National Football League franchise might also lose a 2014 draft pick due to the incident, ESPN said.

Ravens kick returner Jacoby Jones had to slow down when he was running alone with the ball down the sideline because Tomlin had a foot on the playing field. Jones ended up getting tackled on the play. Baltimore won the game 22-20.

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