Price per Head Sportsbooks: Tomlin bans locker room games

TomlinPrice per head sportsbooks learned that the Pittsburgh Steelers’ locker room will no longer have fun and exciting games such as pool and ping-pong available to the players, as it has become a recreation free zone. Fans now wonder what the players will be doing in the locker room instead, and wonder if they’ll focus on football instead.

After the team’s 0-4 start – which disappointed many fans and price per head sportsbooks – coach Mike Tomlin made the decision to ban all games in the locker room, which would extend a prohibition that only applied to players that have less than four years of experience.

Pay per head services saw that earlier, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Tomlin’s announcement.

“It makes everything focus on football right now,” left guard Ramon Foster said, “which is A-OK with me.”

Price per head sportsbooks and free safety Ryan Clark agreed.

“Nobody is really tripping about it,” the 12th-year veteran said. “We understand the spirit in which it’s done in, and we’re just playing football.”

Several veteran players that included quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, defensive end Brett Keisel, and Clark, prohibited younger players from playing games in the locker room during working hours after the Steelers’ 0-2 start, and price per head sportsbooks know how important this is.

The seventh-year coach supported the ruling because of the spirit in which it was given.

Price per head sportsbooks saw that Tomlin apparently had a change of heart with the team still looking for their first win on Sunday when they face the New York Jets, and fans everywhere that follow the team can’t wait to see what will happen.

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“It divided the team in a way since one set of people couldn’t do a certain thing,” said Clark, one the Steelers’ captains.

“[Tomlin] just wanted everybody to be together because we’re all in the losses together. We’re all in the business of fixing this problem together, and we didn’t want anything to divide us.”