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The famously pain-immune Ben Roethlisberger was knocked out of the Steelers-Browns Thursday night game after suffering this second quarter injury that even he couldn't shake off. Pittsburgh backup Charlie Batch entered the game having thrown zero passes on the season and the Steelers didn't activate a third quarterback for the game. Oops. [NFL Network] More »
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It’s no secret that Ben Roethlisberger is more susceptible to injuries than other quarterbacks. On Thursday night, Big Ben went down again — and it looked to be fairly serious.
During the second quarter of the Browns-Steelers contest, Roethlisberger went down awkwardly after he was hit by two Cleveland defenders, his left ankle twisting in the turf.
Ben had to be helped off of...
An MRI Friday revealed Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has a high ankle sprain, NFL.com reported, citing a league source.
Roethlisberger suffered the injury to his left leg during the Steelers' 14-3 win over the Cleveland Browns Thursday night.
The two-time Super Bowl winner said he feared the worst after being sacked by Cleveland defensive tackles Brian...
Ben Roethlisberger sustained a high-ankle sprain according to a report from the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is hoping an MRI he is scheduled to have Friday will confirm that he sustained a...
Pittsburgh QB's return, win just another disappointment for ClevelandI've seen it all as a Cleveland Browns fan -- The Drive, The Fumble, leaving for Baltimore, etc. I've never seen a Super Bowl, playoff success, great draft picks who turn into franchise saviors. The latest entry in "It sucks to be a Browns fan" is Ben Roethlisberger's return to last night...
Ben Roethlisberger needed only one good leg for the Pittsburgh Steelers to continue their mastery of the Cleveland Browns.
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger left the Steelers' game Thursday night against Cleveland following a second-quarter sack.Roethlisberger went straight to the locker room after getting hit by Cleveland's Brian Schaefering and Scott Paxson. Roethlisberger's left leg appeared to get pinned underneath Paxson as the quarterback fell to the ...
Roethlisberger laid on the Heinz Field turf, convinced his left leg was broken. The Steelers huddled around their franchise quarterback, concerned their promising season was in jeopardy. Not quite.
Ben Roethlisberger's left ankle is not broken. That doesn't mean it's fine. The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback was scheduled to have an MRI exam on Friday, hours after he hobbled through the second half of a 14-3 win over Cleveland on one leg. Roethlisberger thought his leg was broken after getting hit low by Cleveland's Scott Paxson midway through the second quarter.
Ben Roethlisberger's left ankle is not broken. That doesn't mean it's fine.
Ben Roethlisberger stood in the long shadow of the Steelers' goalposts and simply watched as Antonio Brown caught his pass.
PITTSBURGH (AP) - Jerricho Cotchery watched Ben Roethlisberger limp into the locker room in the middle of the second quarter on Thursday night against Cleveland, the Pittsburgh quarterback's left foot swollen and his face awash in a painful grimace and figured Roethlisberger was done.Forgive the veteran wide receiver for his ...