Sylvester Wants Special Teams Penalties Corrected

PITTSBURGH (93-7 THE FAN) — Steelers’ linebacker Stevenson Sylvester joined Seibel, Starkey and Miller on The FAN to discuss his season, and the Steelers special teams penalties that Head Coach Mike Tomlin pointed out earlier today during his weekly press conference.

Tomlin said repeat offenders on the special teams may lose their helmet and start watching the games, and Sylvester said they “weren’t doing the job, and he (Mike Tomlin) was disappointed.”

Sylvester is one of the repeat offenders Tomlin mentioned as he has two special teams penalties this year, and he told us how he felt about his efforts so far this year, and if he’s worried about his future after hearing Tomlin’s comments.

We wrapped things up with Sylvester discussing how important this past week’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals was for the team.

Click the link below to listen to the full interview:

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