Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Antonio Brown said that everything is fine with him and offensive coordinator Todd Haley, two days after he got into it with Haley on the sidelines during the team's 20-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals.
Brown was targeted nine times, caught six passes for 54 yards and had a punt return for 40 yards during the game. He has 11 catches for 128 yards in two games this season.
“We’re good,” Brown said Wednesday after practice, according to ESPN.com. “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.”
“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,” he said. “There’s a lot more football to play, and you can’t hang your head yet.
Brown admits he has been frustrated because he wants the ball more.
“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.”