LATROBE, Pa. - During the course of training camp days like this are going to happen. They are ones marred by dropped passes, missed opportunities on interceptions, and pre-snap penalties.
“Our work was not as good today as it had been other days, a little sloppy –some pre-snap penalties on defense, some dropped balls on offense,” said Tomlin. “I acknowledge from time to time that you’re going to have those days, but you can’t like it and you can’t stack them one after another. So we’re going to challenge this group to come back out and have a more productive day tomorrow.”
Tomlin said he didn’t know what caused the down day, not pointing to the prior day being an off day as a reason. It was just a bad day all around, one that even had veteran
“I don’t care about what created it,” said Tomlin. “The issue is for us is to not stack those types of days but to make sure we come out here every day with the mentality that we’re going to thrive and not survive. I think we had too many survivors today, guys looking to get through it, as opposed to improving within.”
“It felt good,” said Spence. “There are some things I need to get better on. We are going to evaluate the film and make the corrections.
“It feels good for anybody to be out there running with the first team. It definitely boosts the confidence. It felt good working next to
Tomlin said that nose tackle
The Steelers practice on Thursday at 2:55 p.m. at Saint Vincent College. It’s the final practice before the team plays the New York Giants in the preseason opener at MetLife Stadium on Saturday night. The Steelers will return to Saint Vincent College on Monday, Aug. 11 for a 2:55 p.m. practice.