Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin should have been penalized for stepping on the field Thursday night and the play will be reviewed for discipline over the next week, an NFL official confirmed to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.

In addition, the official running along with the play -- who allowed Tomlin to come between him and the Baltimore Ravens' Jacoby Jones -- could be downgraded, according to the source.

After the Steelers scored to close to 13-7 in the third quarter, Jones broke free down the sideline on the ensuing kickoff but slowed up with Tomlin on the white stripe near the field of play -- with his foot on the field at one point as Jones neared his location. Tomlin, who had his back to the play, was not penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Tomlin said he didn't think he interfered with Jones.