Found November 12, 2013 on
By David Todd
The Steelers kept their slim playoffs hopes alive Sunday at Heinz Field with a solid all-around performance, comfortably handling the Buffalo Bills 23-10. Again the Steelers got off on the wrong foot as Ben Roethlisberger turned it over on the Steelers opening drive for the second week in a row, but the defense held the Bills to a field goal and the Steelers were able to shut down E.J. Manuel and Buffalo’s offense most of the day, bouncing back strongly from the record-setting blowout they suffered in New England the week before. Ben Roethlisberger was the story going into the game as the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that he was “incredibly frustrated” and would seek a trade in the offseason. Rapoport also suggested the Steelers had fielded offers for Ben last offseason. The Steelers quickly issued a statement calling the report erroneous and saying they had no plans to trade Roethlisberger. After the game Roethlisberger called the report “b.s.” and adamantly re...
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You knew that the Ben Roethlisberger trade story wasn't going to go away after Sunday, right? Now, in an attempt to add fuel to a non-fire, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk has chimed in with his own conspiracy theory related to the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback.
Here’s an idea. What if the Steelers leaked the report to create an offseason market for Roethlisberger, in...
The rumor many of us have heard throughout this entire season finally went national on Sunday about the time the Pittsburgh Steelers were set to play the Buffalo Bills.
Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported that QB Ben Roethlisberger has grown “incredibly frustrated” with the direction of the team and will reportedly ask for a trade at season’s end.
The report stirred up...
A report came out on earlier today that Ben Roethlisberger is reportedly going to ask the Pittsburgh Steelers to explore trade options after the 2013 season. Obviously Roethlisberger’s going to be frustrated with the direction this teams headed. However, there’s a long list of follow up questions when it comes to will Roethlisberger be traded.
It’s hard to believe that this...
At a time when the NFL’s attention has been focused almost exclusive on the drama in Miami, a quarterback who knows a thing or two about drama has stepped back into the spotlight.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger isn’t happy with the team’s current direction. The concerns, per Rapoport, go beyond offensive coordinator Todd...
In response to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network regarding his report that Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will ask the team to explore trade options after the season, Roethlisberger says “BS.” As Mike Florio of NBCSports tells us, Big Ben wants the “Burgh” to be his home.
Roethlisberger, after the Steelers’ victory over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, had this to...
Ben Roethlisberger won’t be taking his talents to any other team in the league — not now and not ever, apparently.
After reports emerged on Sunday that the Pittsburgh quarterback was unhappy with the direction that the team was headed and would be requesting a trade, Big Ben’s agent came out and debunked the rumors.
Now, it is Roethlisberger’s turn to discredit the speculation...
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network suggested on Sunday that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger would be open to a trade after this season. Rapoport suggested that there are more issues for Roethlisberger than just a suggested rift with offensive coordinator Todd Haley. The Steeerls are struggling on both sides of the football this season and while Ben Roethlisberger dismissed...
Following the report made by Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is expected to ask the team to explore trading him after the 2013 season, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported on Twitter that he was told adamantly that the Steelers never "fielded offers" or ever entertained trading their franchise quarterback this past...
Ben Roethlisberger denied a report that he would seek a trade in the offseason calling the report “totally false.”
Earlier in the day NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport suggested that Roethlisberger was unhappy in Pittsburgh and would seek a trade. It did not take long before the agent of Roethlisberger defended his client.
Roethlisberger has been the quarterback of the...
Ben Roethlisberger gave about as firm of a denial regarding a trade rumor as possible. The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback was confronted by the media after Sunday’s win over the Buffalo Bills about the report that he would ask the team for a trade after the season. Roethlisberger ripped the report and called it B.S. He […]
Ben Roethlisberger is NOT happy about the trade rumors that have swirled around involving his desire to go somewhere else.
Take 6 min and watch the entire interview at this LINK HERE.
"I don’t want to play for anyone else. I’m a Pittsburgher." - Ben His full interview is HERE: http://t.co/uEgVkvC9Ce pic.twitter.com/EItiD4OzZE
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Pittsburgh, PA— When Ben Roethlisberger orchestrated a game-winning drive, capped off with a touchdown strike in the back of the end zone to Santonio Holmes, winning his 2nd super bowl in 4 years, it was hard to imagine any one else taking snaps for the Steelers. But next year, Steelers fans may have to see the unimaginable, […]
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger joked Wednesday that he will be more careful about extending plays this Sunday against Ndamukong Suh, Nick Fairley and the Detroit Lions defense. “Well, yeah, you’ve got to be careful,” Suh said, via ESPN.com. “You’ll end up dead if you’re not careful. This is a great D-line and defense. “Yeah, well, I tell myself...
We brought you the news earlier today of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, reportedly being expected to ask for a trade. For a 2-time Super Bowl champion, it raised quite a few eyebrows. To his credit, Ben completely dismissed the report when asked about it. Check out the footage below courtesy of Larry Brown Sports.
Quarterback: BQuarterback Ben Roethlisberger certainly didn’t put up one of his better statistical games, but he managed a balanced offensive gameplan that was just enough to seal away a victory in typical Steelers fashion. Roethlisberger threw his only interception of the game on the team’s first drive; unfortunately, it came when the Steelers’ offense was driving deep into...