"He didn't want to come in and do a lot of talking," veteran Steelers linebacker Arthur Moats said. "He just wanted his play to speak for itself. Even in meeting rooms he's quiet. He still is. You could just tell he's always listening, always learning."
"Knowing him, he definitely felt bad about the situation," linebacker Arthur Moats said. "He obviously didn't want it to get where it was, but at the end of the day, it's the past. We're moving forward."