This week, a group of fighting kids were impacted and trained by Steelers coach Mike Tomlin.
According to Fox Sports' Jay Glazer, Tomlin stopped his car when he saw a group of young people attending a local community center on the street heading for the community center. A longtime Pittsburgh coach called them off fighting and after spending hours together, invited St. Vincent to a Steelers practice at his college in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.
The best thing/story I've ever seen on a camping tour. @CoachTomlin was driving and saw children fighting in the street. When Tomlin stops the car, the children are visibly shocked by who got out of the car and stop fighting. (Read full text below) pic.twitter.com/08pFlZTtfx— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) August 18, 2022
But they didn't just watch — ran drills with their coach and running back Nagy Harris.
According to Glazer, children weren't the only ones who enjoyed practicing with the pros.
"The whole team loved these guys yesterday," he tweeted. "A beautiful scene."