Following Wednesday's practice at organized team activities, the Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver wasn't shy about commenting on the new dynamic.
"The chemistry is on point," Smith-Schuster told reporters, according to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. "Everyone is on the same page. Everyone is communicating. There's really no - how do you say? - drama in our locker room."
Pittsburgh's new No. 1 wideout may have been alluding to his former teammate Brown, as the two engaged in a social media feud in April. Brown, now with the Oakland Raiders, called out Smith-Schuster on Twitter, suggesting the 22-year-old didn't deserve to be named the Steelers' MVP.
Smith-Schuster insists he's focused on winning games, not his individual stats, in 2019.
"I'm looking at my own team and how we do and how we win," he said. "I would take five catches for 30 yards and win the game than have 10 catches and two touchdowns. It's not really about myself at the end of the day. It's about getting a Super Bowl."