Offensive tackle Levi Brown doesn't seem too high on high on his new offensive coordinator, one that he's had previous experience working with.
Brown, traded to the Steelers by the Cardinals last week, played under Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley when Haley held that position with Arizona.
Speaking to reporters, Brown didn't offer any enthusiasm about reuniting with his old coach.
“Well, you know, Todd is an interesting fella," Brown said, via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. “Let’s just leave it at that. Me and Todd — I mean, everybody has their arguments. I’m not sure he’s like necessarily in my corner, but, at this point, I’m here, so, obviously, he liked that fight in me, so I appreciate it.”
Brown doesn't seem thrilled with the idea of playing for Haley again. Nonetheless, he'll have to learn to cope with it as long as Haley is Pittsburgh's offensive coordinator.
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