Carson Palmer Says Steelers’ Mike Tomlin Could Be In Line for USC Job

Mike Tomlin going to be the head coach at USC?

Former USC quarterback Carson Palmer,  who’s in the know, said Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin could be a “wild card” for the Trojans’ head-coaching vacancy.

“That’s what’s so great about the job,” Palmer said on the Dan Patrick Show. “It can lure an NFL guy that’s tired of their current situation and worried about, ‘Is Ben Roethlisberger gone? Is he done? Who are we gonna draft?’ Does Mike Tomlin have to start over with a first-round, young rookie quarterback?”

Tomlin has been the Steelers’ head coach since 2007 and signed a three-year extension in April that keeps him under contract through the 2024 season.

Tomlin also has zero ties to USC or anything in the Los Angeles area. This is probably nothing but a pipe dream for USC and their rabid fan base.

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