Typically on Wednesdays, the Jacksonville media will have a conference call with the opposing team players and staff. This week, from what I gathered on Twitter the Jacksonville media was speaking with Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey and then head coach Mike Tomlin. Well, Mike Tomlin got a question he apparently didn't like and hung up on the call.
Someone (I don't know who, not Vito Stellino though according to Tania Ganguli) asked Tomlin about the Jaguars 2007 match up with the Steelers in Pittsburgh in the playoffs, a game the Jaguars won. Tomlin responded by saying, "I understand that might have been a big game in Jacksonville, but that's old news." Tomlin then said "Anybody got questions relative to this week?", paused, and then hung up the phone while the next question was being asked.
Now, coaches have hung up before when they've gotten annoyed with a line of questioning, but to do so after a single question? That's kind of a jerk move by Tomlin. If it was old news to the Steelers, why did the question irritate him to the point of hanging up on the media?
You mad bro?