Found August 01, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Getty Images Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger told Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that he believes wide receiver Mike Wallace will end his hold out and report soon. “I don’t know what’s going on with his agent or what they’re telling each other, but he wants to be here,” Roethlisberger said.  ”I believe he will be here and I think he’ll be here soon.” Roethlisberger knows that Wallace can only afford to hold out for a few weeks.  Once his game checks are at stake, he’ll have no choice but to swallow his pride and report to the Steelers facility.  

Ben Roethlisberger Says Torn Rotator Cuff Not An Issue

In addition to sharing his thoughts on restricted free agent wide receiver Mike Wallace today, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger also revealed that he has a slight rotator cuff tear in his throwing arm according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette. "I'm good. It's OK, just sore," Roethlisberger told the Post Gazette when asked about...

Mike Wallace not expected to report for at least another three weeks

Getty Images Now that the Pittsburgh Steelers have given Antonio Brown a contract extension, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette doesn’t expect Mike Wallace to show up at all during the next three weeks. “The deal for Brown practically assured that Wallace will not show up for training camp over the three weeks the Steelers spend at Saint Vincent College near Latrobe...

Who Can Afford Mike Wallace And His Contract Demands?

Oh, how the not-so mighty have fallen.  It appears receiver Mike Wallace will not be inking a long-term deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers.  Details about his contract demands indicate he’s looking for around $10 million a year from teams. And isn’t content signing his $2.7 million one-year restricted free agent deal with the Steelers for 2012.    Steelers' general manager...

Roethlisberger has torn rotator cuff, doesn't expect to be limited

Ben Roethlisberger said Wednesday he has a torn rotator cuff but the Steelers' quarterback doesn't believe he'll be limited in any capacity this season. "I'm good. It's OK, just sore," he said Wednesday. "I have a little torn rotator cuff. That doesn't heal. We just have to hope it doesn't tear the rest of the way, according to the doc...

Tough Times Could Be Ahead for the Steelers

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger prior to a game (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Right now, so many bad things are happening to the Pittsburgh Steelers.  From Big Ben getting injured again to Mike Wallace holding out.  This will all hurt the Steelers tremendously. The Pittsburgh Steelers are slowly getting worse. First off, right off the bat, Ben Roethlisberger  being...

High hopes for no-huddle offense with Steelers

Time will tell how the relationship between Todd Haley and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will evolve. But for now, the Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator is making his quarterback's eyes light up. Entering his ninth season, Roethlisberger has long publicly campaigned to run more no-huddle offense in which he carries more play-calling responsibilities. Haley, in his first...

Roethlisberger, Haley promise to play nice

LATROBE, Pa. -- Todd Haley laughs about it, Ben Roethlisberger shrugs. Neither believe anything will deter them from winning games for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The quarterback and new coach shrug off concerns about two strong personalities uniting, offseason chatter be dadgumed. Haley called called the worries "comical." "I've heard some of it just through feedback...

DeSean Jackson Advises Mike Wallace To Not Hold Out

Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson has some advice for Pittsburgh Steelers restricted wide receiver Mike Wallace, who has yet to report and sign his $2.742 tender offer, "Holding out just doesn’t end up being worth it." Jackson should know as his 12-day holdout really went nowhere and he suggests others such as Wallace and Jacksonville Jaguars running...

Waiting, Hoping for Young WR to Emerge

With Mike Wallace holding out, the Steelers -- who were thin at the position anyway -- are still looking for a wide receiver or two to step up and stand out. Mike Prisuta has the story.

Bruised ankle keeps Big Ben out

A day after leaving practice a few minutes early because a teammate stepped on his foot during a drill, Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger did not practice Sunday. The two-time Super Bowl winner denied a Saturday report that he had a left ankle sprain, characterizing it as a ''simple bruise.'' ''He should be fine,'' coach Mike Tomlin...

Kevin Colbert: The Steelers Will Not Trade Mike Wallace

Kevin Colbert told Ed Werder of ESPN over the weekend that the Steelers won't trade disgruntled WR Mike Wallace. The two sides appear to be very far apart and the Steelers are preparing to move on without him. Wallace is under contract for the 2012 season and, if the Steelers decide not to trade him, he faces the prospect of sitting out the rest of the season.  Pittsburgh has...

2012 Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp – Wednesday – Day Eight Recap

The Pittsburgh Steelers have now wrapped up day eight of training camp with another padded practice on Wednesday and below is your recap of all the media reports today from Twitter. Trimmed down former Steelers Jeff Hartings and Chris Hoke are in camp helping out as intern assistants as reported by Alan Robinson on Twitter. The big news early in the day was Ben Roethlisberger...

AP Pro32 comments about Steelers

Comments on the Pittsburgh Steelers by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses): PITTSBURGH STEELERS (7) Pat Kirwan (SiriusXM NFL Radio/, 5): Steelers didn't like way things ended with loss to Denver and came to camp with big chip on shoulders. Bob Glauber (Newsday, 6): Rashard Mendenhall's knee injury key blow to running game, but Ben Roethlisberger and...
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