Rep. Tom RooneyThomas (Tom) Joseph RooneyRooney won’t run for Rubio’s seat Former Florida House Speaker won’t run for Rubio’s Senate seat Florida Republican questions administration opposition to West Africa travel ban MORE (R-Fla.), the grandson of Pittsburgh Steelers founding owner Art Rooney, isn’t joining the pile-on of critics of Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin for interfering with a game last week against the Baltimore Ravens.

The Steelers coach was fined $100,000 Wednesday by the National Football League for standing on a white stripe that borders the playing field during a kickoff return and stepping onto the field.

Tomlin apologized on Tuesday, saying in a press conference the move was an “inexcusable blunder.”

Some football fans speculated that Tomlin’s interference was intentional.

When asked his thoughts on the pigskin snafu, Rooney told ITK: “Mike Tomlin is a man of the highest integrity. I think he addressed this incident well at his press conference.”

The Steelers ended up losing to their Charm City rivals, 22-20.