More than once this week Mike Tomlin was asked if he felt any responsibility for not making things work with Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown.Steelers cornerback Joe Haden came to his coach’s defense Thursday Jerome Bettis Jersey , vouching for Tomlin’s leadership.“He has complete control of the team,” Haden told Stacey Dales of NFL Network. “You have two totally different situations with Le’Veon and with Antonio. It is what is. It’s a business. You can’t blame coach T for that.“He’s one of the best coaches I’ve ever played for. You can only ask for honesty. He keeps it real with you. He lets you know exactly where you stand. He lets you know exactly how he feels about you, if you’re productive, if you’re not. He treats everyone fairly, but I’m going to say not everybody gets treated the same.” Haden spent seven seasons in Cleveland, playing for five head coaches.When the Steelers reconvene for their offseason program James Conner Jersey , the locker room won’t be the same as when Haden arrived in 2017.Bell left for more money from the Jets after sitting out last season in a contract dispute, refusing to sign the franchise tag. The Steelers traded Brown to Oakland after drama to end last season.“With Antonio, that was just a whole different situation [than Bell],” Haden said. “This is a crazy business, and it’s definitely relationships and people feel certain types of ways. So that went down the way it did.“I wanted AB to be on our team as much as possible. I did everything I possibly could, as far as talking to him and seeing what I could do. But it didn’t quite work out that way.” The Steelers second-year quarterback spoke to reporters about the improvements he has made to his game since his rookie season and his comfort in the offense" />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBehind the Steel Curtaina Pittsburgh Steelers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsSteelersOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsSteelers Film Room2018 NFL Draft AnalysisLatest NewsFiled under:Latest NewsMason Rudolph looking to make ‘huge strides’ from his rookie seasonNew ,19commentsThe Steelers second-year quarterback spoke to reporters about the improvements he has made to his game since his rookie season and his comfort in the offenseEDTShareTweetShareShareMason Rudolph looking to make ‘huge strides’ from his rookie seasonPhoto by Stacy Revere/Getty ImagesWhile Mason Rudolph may have no shot of unseating Ben Roethlisberger as the Pittsburgh Steelers starting quarterback in 2019, he will enter training camp with every intention of taking the backup job away from Josh Dobbs. Without the benefit of a dedicated quarterbacks coach like many of his peers around the NFL enjoy, Rudolph has been forced to take it upon himself to find help with his game from outside the organization. Working under the tutelage of Tom House, a former major-league pitcher known as “The Throwing Doctor,” the second-year player is reportedly looking even stronger at OTAs this offseason. And when speaking to the media after practice on Thursday, Rudolph was clearly much happier with the improvements he has made since his rookie season. As reported by Josh Rowntree of 93.7 The Fan. With Roethlisberger present for each day of OTAs but not always practicing Womens Terrell Edmunds Jersey , there has plenty of chances for Rudolph to run with the first-team. on the roster, the young player appears to be relishing the opportunity to impress.Noting he had seen a lot more time with the starting unit in year two, Rudolph suggested to reporters that he was starting to earn the trust of offensive coordinator Randy FichtnerThe full interview can be heard here, with Rudolph opening up more about the work he has been doing this offseason with names like Jaylen Samuels and Darrius Heyward-Bey away from team facilities and his thoughts on the new crop of rookies.
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