Mike Tomlin says leaving Antonio Brown and Le Veon Bell behind for two more teams is just one part of football's business With two great players, Tomlin replied, "There is, but that's life and that's the business. "
Tomlin went on to say the Steelers would go on without them and be alright.
"We as an organization have moved on," Tomlin said. "I think they have moved on as professionals. We really appreciate the formulation of our team for 19. We value the contributions they gave us when they were part of us, but in fact they are not anymore, so we focus on the guys we interact with work together. That's all Tomlin can say that point. The Steelers have to continue without two players who were once their two offensive playmakers.