In the third quarter of Thursday’s Ravens-Steelers game, Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin appeared to interfere with a play.
Tomlin strayed to the edge of the field as Jacoby Jones streaked down the sideline on a kickoff return. Jones had to alter his path to avoid the coach and was tackled after a 73-yard return.
‘‘I always watch the returns on the Jumbotron, it provides a better perspective for me,’’ Tomlin said. ‘‘Obviously I lost my placement as he broke free, and I saw it at the last second, saw how close I was to the field of play.’’
Asked if he thought he interfered with Jones, Tomlin said: ‘‘No.’’
‘‘I don’t blame other people’s actions,’’ Jones said. ‘‘I still should have scored.’’
No penalty was called on the play. Ravens coach John Harbaugh said he would not ask the NFL to review the play because he believed it would anyway.