Antonio Brown’s no-show isn’t noisy enough to drown out Steelers’ real issues

Antonio Brown reportedly didn’t show up for work Monday, missing meetings and a film review with his Pittsburgh Steelers. That’s a story, but it’s not a totally new one. There’s always some drama with the Steelers, just like there’s always some injury with Ben Roethlisberger. Tune in this week to see how coach Mike Tomlin continues to react to the absence.

(On Tuesday, Tomlin told reporters of Brown: “We will talk about it and other things. I’m not going to get into whether he was excused or not.”)

It always seems to work itself out in Pittsburgh. We’ve seen it before.

What we haven’t seen is how these Steelers react to losing.

We may see that now.

The year Brown entered the league, in 2010, the Steelers went 12-4 and won the AFC championship. The next season, they went 12-4. They then had two 8-8 seasons and then won 11 games, 10 games, 11 games and 13 games. They are the closest thing to the Article source:

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