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In a recent article by Ron Cook of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Charlie Batch weighed in on his former team signing backup Bruce Gradkowski this offeseason and drafting Oklahoma quarterback Landry Jones in the fourth-round of the 2013 NFL draft this past weekend. Batch indicated that he thinks that the Steelers drafting of Jones goes "much deeper than what's on the surface ... "Maybe they weren't happy with what they had behind Ben and Bruce," said Batch. "That could be. But ultimately, I think this isn't about replacing me. Big picture, maybe they're thinking, Read more [...]
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  • Time for Batch to beat it! The Steelers do not need this type of attention. Just leave and call it a career!
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