Michael Pettaway Tomlin, an American football trainer, is the lead trainer of the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League. He was brought into the world on March 15, 1972.
Tomlin has trained the Steelers to nine-season finisher appearances, seven division titles, three AFC Championship Games, two Super Bowl appearances, and one title in Super Bowl XLVIII since joining the team in 2007.
He is the most youthful lead trainer to win the Super Bowl, at 36 years old. In his 15 years as a lead trainer, Tomlin has never had a losing record, which is the longest stretch in the NFL.
Tomlin is the more youthful of two children brought into the world in Hampton, Virginia; his more seasoned sibling, Eddie, is three and a half years his senior. Ed Tomlin, their dad, was a football player at Hampton Institute during the 1960s, was drafted by the Baltimore Colts, and afterward played for the Canadian Football League’s Montreal Alouettes.
The Pittsburgh Steelers extended the longstanding head coach’s contract for another three years, keeping him with the team until 2024.
What is Mike Tomlin’s Take Home Pay?
Mike Tomlin earns an annual salary of $6 million, making him one of the youngest coaches in the history of American sports to earn such an amount of money.