Antonio Brown confronts Steelers OC Todd Haley during game, per report

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Discontent is beginning to bubble over in Pittsburgh after a tough start.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown got into a heated argument with offensive coordinator Todd Haley after the Steelers' 20-10 loss on Monday night to the Cincinnati Bengals, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Brown says he wants more plays to be called for him, thus opening up the offense. Apparently, Brown got into a disagreement with Haley during the second half of the defeat for the same reasons. Brown was only targeted four times in the first half before seeing the ball thrown at him seven times in the final 30 minutes.

He ended the evening with six catches for 57 yards, leading the team.

Haley has been in plenty of hot water before since joining the Steelers before last season. At first, Haley never called Ben Roethlisberger to talk about his thoughts on how the offense should be run, and then annoyed the quarterback by calling for a bevy of run plays.

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