PITTSBURGH – Antonio Brown could sooner or later have his problems with the Steelers disappeared and probably not anymore, a former teammate told ESPN in a detailed article about the Star recipient's relationships within and within the franchise.
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Some argued, though Brown and he specifically liked everything that came with it.
The players also talked about Brown's relationship with Ben Roethlisberger. It's not the cozy, fraternal image they portray when they say they laugh at reporters who question their dynamics.
Brown did not play in the Steelers' must-win last season's game. He complained of knee, ankle and foot pain on Wednesday, the first day of training, said Tomlin. The head coach also said Brown had also told him on Thursday and Friday that he had injured his knee before Brown dropped out of the team-ordered MRI and ignored Tomlin until Sunday morning.
At this point, Tomlin told Drew Rosenhaus that Brown's agent called Tomlin and told him Brown could play against the Bengals this afternoon. Tomlin told him that he could not, but that Brown should meet him at Heinz Field. Brown was and remained at Tomlin's request to watch the match, although he was not seen on the sideline after halftime.
Team owner and President Art Rooney II has repeatedly publicly stated that it is unlikely that Brown will return to the team in 201