Found August 21, 2013 on Steel City Blitz:
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Much like there are Democrats and Republicans, there are Pro-Haley’s and Anti-Haley’s in the city of Pittsburgh. Former Pittsburgh Steelers’ quarterback Charlie Batch has thrown another match onto this fire courtesy of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review’s Alan Robinson. Much like how ESPN won’t let anything ‘A-Rod’ die, it appears that some in the Pittsburgh media are unwilling to let the Todd Haley – Ben Roethlisberger relationship run its course. Last evening, Robinson quoted Batch as saying that Haley came in to run the football and wouldn’t allow Ben to audible. If, and this is a Monster if, Haley stripped Roethlisberger of the ability to audible then there are larger problems on the south side than anyone could possibly imagine. Batch claims that restriction no longer exists and that Ben was never restricted during the no huddle offense but still, the ramifications are daunting. The two Haley camps have already been at it over the course of the last two weeks and Robinson’s article ...
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