PITTSBURGH -- The draft clock ticked into the late afternoon as Bruce Arians burned nervous energy inside the Pittsburgh Steelers' war room.
Before the team submitted selection No. 195, head coach Mike Tomlin asked the question Arians wanted to hear.
"You like your little one-cut guy here?" Tomlin asked Arians, then Pittsburgh's offensive coordinator and now the Arizona Cardinals' head coach.
"I love him right here," Arians replied.
Before Antonio Brown was keeping business boomin', twerking in the end zone and contorting defensive backs 100-plus times per season, he was known as a "one-cut player.