Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin says he has ‘minimal’ COVID-19 symptoms

Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin holds news conference following loss to Browns in playoffs (1/13/21)

PITTSBURGH — Head coach Mike Tomlin will spend some time away from the team’s facility as he recovers from COVID-19.

Tomlin confirmed in a statement on Twitter that he as minimal symptoms of the coronavirus and is still in good health.

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Tomlin said he will be “back in the office soon” and will continue to work virtually from home while he recovers from the virus.

Channel 11 contacted a team spokesman, who would not confirm his case, just that some of the coaching and personnel staff were sent home last week after a “couple positives came up.”

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