“We’re good,” Brown said Wednesday after practice to ESPN reporters. “We just talked about some things we could do better as a whole and what we could do to get on the right page to start winning.”
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported that Brown confronted Haley because he wanted more pass plays called for him.
“It’s a little frustrating when you’re 0-2 and you want to contribute to your team and be a difference out there, but you’ve got to stay positive,” said Brown, who caught a team-high of six passes against the Bengals and was targeted nine times in the game. “There’s a lot more football to play, and you can’t hang your head yet.”
Brown went on to say, “Would I like the ball more? Absolutely. But sometimes you’ve got to let the game come to you. I didn’t think it was a big issue. I guess that’s what happens when you lose.”
In the video below, Watch Stephen A. Smith break down the troubles plaguing the Steelers so far this season.