Steelers acknowledge headset problem was addressed, won't file complaint to league

Ryan Hannable
September 11, 2015 - 9:39 am

Following the Steelers' headsets having issues during Thursday's game and coach Mike Tomlin having a major issue with it afterwards and the NFL saying they will investigate, the Steelers are saying they won't file a formal complaint to the league. The team released a statement to ESPN's Adam Schefter where it says the issue was addressed and it didn't have any issues in the second half. The statement reads: We have provided information to NFL representatives regarding issues that occurred Thursday night at Gillette Stadium with our coach-to-coach headset communications system. The problem was addressed during the game and we did not have further problems in the second half. We did not file a formal complaint, nor do we plan to do so. The Patriots beat the Steelers, 28-21. For more Patriots news, visit DraftKings Kick off this football season with the biggest fantasy football contest ever on DraftKings! Prizes worth $10 million are up for grabs, including $2 million for first AND $1 million for second! PLAY IN THE WEEK 1 MILLIONAIRE MAKER, CLICK HERE.