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mike tomlin AgentPittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin spoke at the commencement ceremony for the newest graduating class of Robert Morris University. He tried to keep his speech comical by sharing funny tidbits about his own life, such as it taking five years and two summers to achieve what they had that day. On a more serious note, Tomlin emphasized how important it is to realize and chase their passions so that they can get the most of what they want out of life. He also promised that students that there would be difficult situations as they progress into their futures, that there will always be a solution that will help them to become stronger people. Overall, it was a very touching and motivating speech.

The Hampton, Virginia native got his start in sports during his youth when he played football for his high school, Denbigh High. He then attended the College of William and Mary and played ball there, but eventually ended up going the coaching route starting in 1995. Tomlin coached for various colleges and schools until 2001, when he became the Defensive Backs coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and stayed with the team for four years until 2005. He then did a brief stint with the Minnesota Vikings until landing the position as head coach for the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2007, with whom he is still with today.

Tomlin recently spoke at this spring’s graduation ceremony for the most recent graduates of Robert Morris University. The students enjoyed hearing his tales of NFL life, but they also greatly appreciated the humor and inspiration that was in his words as well.

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