Found June 17, 2013 on Steelers Depot:
It's no secret that the Pittsburgh Steelers offense had a tough time adjusting to then-new offensive coordinator Todd Haley last year and this past week running back Isaac Redman admitted as much in an interview on 93.7 The Fan. Redman did, however, say that things are off to a much better start this year. "Yeah, you can tell it's a better relationship all the way across the board," said Redman, who signed a one-year, $1.323 million restricted tender during the offseason. "We've got to know him for a year; he's got to know us, and you can tell it was kind of awkward, uncomfortable feeling last Read more [...]
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