LATROBE, Pa. -- Todd Haley laughs about it, Ben Roethlisberger shrugs.
Neither believe anything will deter them from winning games for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The quarterback and new coach shrug off concerns about two strong personalities uniting, offseason chatter be dadgumed. Haley called called the worries "comical."
"I've heard some of it just through feedback as much as anything," Haley said Wednesday at Steelers training camp. "Friends calling and saying, 'What's going on with you and Ben?' I'm like, 'What do you mean what's going on?'"
Roethlisberger said things got blown up when Haley was hired, and added the two have had good "ebb and flow" early in training camp.
"We're going to work together," Roethlisberger said.
The two insist that they can and will play nice this season.
They best do so. It's no stretch that the success of 2012 Steelers may come down to their quarterback and how well he and Haley mesh. Receiver Mike Wallace is not in camp. Running back Rashard M...