Even After Baltimore Loss, Bruce Gradkowski Believes “We Are Still In This Hunt”

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PITTSBURGH (93.7 The Fan) – Bruce Gradkowski says he believes the Steelers can still make it work, despite losing to Balitmore — and that coach Mike Tomlin didn’t know what he was doing when he wandered onto the field.

In this crazy year, with Gradkowski’s brother on the opposing sideline, the Steelers backup quarterback reacts to a tough 22-20 loss in Baltimore.

Responding to the controversial Jacoby Jones kick return that Steelers coach Mike Tomlin may have affected by wandering onto the field of play, Gradkowski says, “Coach Tomlin is not that type of coach” to do something like that intentionally.

Now the league is considering discipline for this offense, but Gradkowski maintains that taking away draft picks as punishment would be “too much.”

Kick returners are key parts of the game and the Ravens have some good ones that can alter momentum and change field position — as they did Thanksgiving evening.

Hear more of what Gradkowski has to say below:


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