Roethlisberger hosts Steelers' skill players at lake house
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It appears Ben Roethlisberger took Antonio Brown's words to heart.

After hearing about his abilities as a leader all offseason, Roethlisberger hosted the Pittsburgh Steelers' offensive skill players at his lake house in Georgia this week, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.

Brown and Roethlisberger had a falling out at the end of the 2018 season. It ultimately led to the trade of Brown to the Oakland Raiders.

"I would've liked for me and Ben to be cool. You know what I mean? I thought we was cool. But when I think ... I've been to his house one time. He's been to my house one time. You know what I mean?" Brown said in an interview with ESPN's Jeff Darlington in March. "We don't work out in the offseason. You think that's winning? That's not winning."

Brown said his lack of a relationship with his quarterback and with Steelers upper management led to the rift between player and team.

JuJu Smith-Schuster and his teammates don't appear to be having any such troubles.

Roethlisberger hosts Steelers' skill players at lake house
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