Steelers receiver Antonio Brown will be reunited with his youth-league teammate T.Y. Hilton Sunday and it'll be all business on the field.
"It's always iron on iron, friend to friend bettering each other," Steelers receiver Antonio Brown said of his longtime friendship with Hilton. "He's a big-play guy. He's always capable of flipping the chains."
The Colts (5-2) are chasing their sixth straight win and trying to put more distance between themselves and second-place Houston in the AFC South. The Steelers (4-3), meanwhile, are trying to fight their way back to the top of the AFC North.
Plus, Hilton could be back at center stage if Wayne, who missed practice Wednesday, can't play because of a left elbow injury.
Luck isn't worried if Wayne isn't in the lineup.
"I think if you focus too much on Reg, you focus too much on the tight ends, Hakeem (Nicks), T.Y.'s going to bite you," Luck said. "If you focus on T.Y., then the other guys are going to get you. That's the beauty of the offense, and T.Y.'s showing you he's a big playmaker."
He might be an even better student of the game.
"We've got that chemistry where he gives me a nod and I give him a nod," Hilton said. "And we just both know."