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Letter to the editor: Hey Joey Porter, Mike Tomlin is the Steelers’ head coach |

Letter to the editor: Hey Joey Porter, Mike Tomlin is the Steelers’ head coach

| Saturday, August 26, 2017 9:00 p.m

The last I knew, the head coach and only the head coach has the final call on who plays what position. I always thought that was just about his most important power. Period.

Has Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin delegated this power to linebackers Coach Joey Porter?

Does Tomlin agree with this? I haven’t heard anything. Does Tomlin let his other position coaches name their starters? If not, why?

Maybe another possibility is that Porter once more in his illustrious career is opening his mouth when he shouldn’t. In my opinion, Porter was a hell of a player, another top-notch linebacker from Pittsburgh Linebacker U, but he needs to be told to shut up. Or does Tomlin agree?

What does everyone else think?

Paul “Chipp” Libengood Jr.

Kiski Township

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