Mike Tomlin Joins Twitter

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Jul 302013
 

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin is known as one of the most well-spoken head coaches in football. Steeler Nation is well-versed in his affinity for unnecessarily fancy verbiage (for example, instead of saying a guy is versatile, he’d say they are “positionally flexible.”) and using ten words to explain what could be said in two. As of Friday, Coach Tomlin will endeavor to be answer capable while limiting himself to 140 characters or less.

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Troy Polamalu Tells Wife: “No Twitter For You!”

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Oct 282011
 

Free Theodora!

Total Steelers is on Twitter (and if you’re not following me you’re hurting my feelings). I don’t spend all day on it but I do occasionally drop in to make fun of things like the Baltimore Ravens epic fail in Jacksonville. Mostly, I use it to check up on the handful of Pittsburgh Steelers who tweet. Yes, even that annoying blowhard Ryan Clark.

I’ve found most twitter feeds to be spectacularly boring. Many are clearly run by PR people who are using them to promote whatever perfume or charitable cause the celebrity is involved with that week. Those that are run by the actual person tend to be filled with mindless chitchat and re-tweets from starstruck fans. Very few athletes put Twitter to good use, such as using it to hook up with a smokin’ hot (and extremely flexible) porn star.

As I was mocking the Ratbirds in 140 characters or less, I noticed an interesting name in my “Who To Follow” box. Theodora V. Polamalu. Theodora, you may deduce from the last name, is the wife of All-Pro safety Troy Polamalu. I quickly went over to check her feed.

Other than the first tweet being of the PR variety, the rest of her posts were clearly coming directly from her. And what tweets they were. It wasn’t the usual soundbites and politely phrased BS we’ve come to expect. These were opinionated and insightful messages. And many of them were about the Steelers!
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