The Washington Redskins, after firing head coach Jay Gruden early Monday morning, reportedly already have their eyes on a potential replacement.
Snyder, who is so enamored with the Super Bowl-winning coach, "would be willing to give Tomlin a top-of-the-market salary and full authority over the organization," La Canfora reported Sunday.
La Canfora goes on to report in order to pry Tomlin from Pittsburgh, the Washington owner "would be prepared to part with draft picks" to acquire the head coach after he signed an extension which would tie him to the Steelers through the 2020 season.
"I don't see Mike going to Washington," Schefter's source said. "That is so far-fetched. It's so far out there. It would have to be a deal that the league never has seen before and would change the way business is done in football, and I don't see that happening."