PITTSBURGH – Antonio Brown could have made his problems with Steelers fade or go away and he probably no longer can, former teammates said ESPN in the overall part of a star successor relations within and within the franchise
Twenty former teammates were interviewed in history, who sneaked up in Brown's late meetings, Mike Tomlin's varied responses to Brown's behavior, and his colleagues Stillers looking at Brown all the time. deserves everything that comes with him.
Players also spoke about Brown's relationship with Ben Rothlissberger. This is not the cozy, fraternal image they depict when they say they laugh at the reporters who question their dynamics.
Brown is not playing in the final, obligatory Steelers' season game. He complained of soreness on his knee, ankle and feet on Wednesday, the first day of the training a week, Tomlin said. The chief coach also said that Brown told him he was hurt on his knee on Thursday and Friday, too, before Brown left the team ordered by MRI, then ignored Tomlin until Sunday morning.
At that moment Tomlin said, called Tomlin and told him that Brown could play against the Bengal this afternoon. Tomlin told him he could not, but Brown had to meet him in Heinz Field. Brown made it and was left to watch the game at Tomlin's request, although half was not seen on the sideline.
The team owner and President Art Rooney II has repeatedly publicly stated that Brown is unlikely to return to the team in 201