Whether Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin believes the Patriots were up to funny business last Thursday or not, he's turning the page on Headsetgate.

Tomlin said Tuesday that he was satisfied with the NFL's explanation for why the Steelers' headsets malfunctioned during their season-opening loss in New England and that he's moving on. Tomlin wasn't so calm last week when he insinuated that headset problems always seem to pop up when the team visits Gillette Stadium.

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger relayed word from offensive coordinator Todd Haley that the team's coach-to-coach communication kept failing whenever they had the ball to 93.7 The Fan in Pittsburgh on Tuesday.

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"What I was told and what Bruce [Gradkowski] told me when he listened is that when we had the ball on offense, our coach-to-coach communication ... were not only hearing themselves but they were hearing the radio broadcast of the game," Roethlisberger said via Pro Football Talk. "And from what I was told from coach Haley it was only when we had the ball. When the Patriots had the ball there was no radio broadcast."

Roethlisberger's account matches up with what the Steelers' official site announced after the game. The team decided not to press the league for a further investigation despite its suspicions.

h/t: Boston Herald