Roethlisberger second-guessed the Steelers for drafting a quarterback, Mason Rudolph, in the third round, suggesting they could have used help at other positions even though they already had selected wide receiver James Washington and offensive tackle Chuks Okorafor.
When Roethlisberger left voluntary OTAs for a family vacation, Brown followed suit. For a team with Super Bowl aspirations, those were viewed as selfish acts. But Nos. 7 and 84 answer to no one in the Steelers’ organization, often acting as if they are bigger than the team, and that selfishness has a trickle-down effect on a locker room.
AB thinks he's equal....but he's not