2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
0-1-1, 3rd in AFC North
5h

Is Steel City Crumbling?

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss Antonio Brown's absence from team meetings and practice and if the culture in Pittsburgh is unbearable. Plus, Josh Gordon getting traded to the Patriots and much more.

5h

Where Was Antonio Brown?

Tony Reali and the national panel unpack Antonio Brown not showing up to the team meeting and what is going on in Pittsburgh. Plus, recap the Bears-SeaHawks MNF game.

5h

How Bad Is The Seahawk's O-Line?

Dan Le Batard, Papi and Michael Smith question if last night was more about the Bears D or the Seahawks O-Line, if it was a big deal that Antonio Brown was a "no-show", how confident are you that Josh Gordon and the Pats are a good fit and much more.

6h

What is Going On In Pittsburgh?

Bomani and Pablo discuss Antonio Brown not attending meetings and film review, question if Khalil Mack makes the Bears a "good team", if last night proved that Pete Carol and the Seahawks are done and much more.

7h

Schefter: Gordon, Brown Developments. Broncos' Lindsay

Before chatting with Broncos rookie sensation Phillip Lindsay (17:49), Adam Schefter reacts to the latest developments with Josh Gordon (:53) & Antonio Brown (4:40). Plus, Evan Kaplan joins Adam to discuss what the Gordon acquisition means for the Patriots' offense along with the best matchups of Week 3 (7:05). And, the return of your #AskAdam questions (36:40).

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from Antonio Brown's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, states Rosenhaus told the Steelers about Brown's personal matter resulting in him missing work Monday. When addressing the media Tuesday, coach Mike Tomlin sounded eager to find out why Brown missed.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Tomlin addressed his upcoming meeting with Antonio Brown, and what kind of behavior he expects from his players.

Tomlin 'looking forward' to discussing Brown's absence with AB (1:02)
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10hJeremy Fowler

Agent: Brown doesn't want trade from Steelers

Antonio Brown does not want to be traded by the Steelers and was not with the team Monday because he was dealing with a personal matter, his agent said Tuesday.

Clark: Brown 'has to focus on playing football' (1:16)

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Tomlin said Antonio Brown was not at Steelers headquarters Monday but the Steelers coach is meeting with Brown today. Tomlin says he will handle any issues in-house but expects Brown to continue to be big contributor, and that Brown hasn't asked to be traded.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger says on his weekly radio show that Antonio Brown's sideline flare-up with OC Randy Fichtner was ‘just frustration,' citing Brown's competitiveness. Roethlisberger doesn't think Brown wants to be traded but will talk with him Wednesday.

Stephen A. has no problem with Antonio Brown's 'trade me' comment (1:32)

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

For a successful season, the Steelers will need to figure out the recent slow starts at home. Pittsburgh has fallen behind 35-0 in the first quarters of the last two home games. It held a 54-38 advantage in that quarter the previous eight games in Heinz Field.

0:27

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger said during a ‘gut check' time after 0-1-1 start, he will try to set a tone as a Steelers leader.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

The Steelers thought they were ready for Pat Mahomes, but he was better at the line of scrimmage than most young quarterbacks, according to Bud Dupree: "I don't think we gave him enough credit. I think he was better than what thought. I feel like his intelligence was better than we thought. We thought since he was a young quarterback we could trick him, but he kind of spread us out. He didn't snap the ball fast so he was really trying to read us, seeing where the weaknesses were before he snapped the ball. Many young quarterbacks can't really check like that. He showed us otherwise."

Bomani and Torre worry about AB's Twitter response (1:42)
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1dJeremy Fowler

'Trade me,' Steelers' Brown responds to critic

Antonio Brown lit up Twitter on Monday with his response to a former Steelers public relations staff member who was critical of the wide receiver's importance to the team's offense.

0:36

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

As if the loss to Kansas City wasn't bad enough, Steelers defensive end Cam Heyward was served by a Chiefs fan at the Cheesecake Factory on Sunday night.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Antonio Brown, who lit up twitter by responding 'Trade me let's find out' to a former Steelers public relations staff member who tweeted Brown isn't the same player without Ben Roethlisberger, did not appear in the locker room Monday. Linebacker Bud Dupree said the team knows Brown doesn't want to be traded and believes he was simply venting. “You know how AB is, especially after a loss like that. Guys are going to say things. He just wants to help the team win as much as he can. We all know the competitor he is. We know he'll be ready. He does great things there. He always knows we got him.”

Stephen A.: Steelers 'embarrassing to watch' (1:19)
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2dJeremy Fowler

Antonio Brown's curious game goes unexplained

Brown's unpredictability might be something else for the Steelers to manage in an already trying season. But he's also shown that conflict can be good.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs offense is too talented not to score points. But the Steelers know their communication breakdowns early in Sunday's loss were the difference. "We feel we gave them 21 points," corner Mike Hilton said. "They really didn't go down and earn it on us. We had a lot of miscommunications and blown coverages. It led for a 21-0 start."

Team Stats

Passing Yards377.52nd
Rushing Yards96.020th
Points For29.0
Points Against31.528th

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