Mike Tomlin bans Pittsburgh Steelers locker-room games

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin on the sidelines during a game with the Giants on August 10, 2013
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Mike Tomlin stops games from being played in the Pittsburgh Steelers locker room.

Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin has banned games from the club's locker room following the poor start to the 2013 season.

The club's Super Bowl veterans were reportedly not allowing the younger players to enjoy the facilities so they have now been banned, which according to Ryan Clark will improve morale.

"From his point, it was dividing the team in a way," Clark is quoted by NFL.com as saying. "One sect of people couldn't do a certain thing and he just wanted everybody to be together -- because we're all in the losses together.

"We're all in the business of fixing this problem together. He didn't want anything to divide us."

The Steelers' current 0-4 is their worst start to a season since 1968.

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