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Ben Roethlisberger Says He’s Not Going To Change His Game

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger met the media on Wednesday following the morning mini-camp practice and answered questions about his age, style of play, the offense and of course Mike Wallace. The Steelers quarterback was asked if anyone has every told him in the past to just go down and take a hit or run out of bounds. "Yeah, all the time. My mom, my wife...

Terry Bradshaw wouldn't let his son play football

Ever since Kurt Warner made a few comments about how he would not want his kids to play in the NFL given what he knows about the long-term effects of head injuries, everyone has wanted to weigh in on the topic. The latest Hall of Famer to do so is former Steelers legend Terry Bradshaw. During an appearance on “The Tonight Show” with Jay Leno Wednesday night, Bradshaw agreed with...

Terry Bradshaw wouldn’t let his imaginary son play football

There have been several former football players that have spoken out about not encouraging their sons to play football due to the violent nature of it and the realization of the severity of head trauma due to said violence. Terry Bradshaw, who suffered several concussions during his playing days with the Pittsburgh Steelers, has now [...]

Time, and commitment heals past wounds for Ben Roethlisberger

Times sure have changed for Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, If you didn’t know any better you’d swear this isn’t the same guy that had so many problems not too long ago. Definitely not the same guy who had the me first attitude in the locker room, and someone who didn’t exactly have a great reputation among his teammates. Honestly, you’d be right, he’s not anywhere...

Terry Bradshaw Says If He Had A Son "I Would Not Let Him Play Football."

[HT: Sports Business Daily] Terry Bradshaw had a legendary career as quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers winning four Super Bowls. Bradshaw also suffered a few knocks to the head six he claims were serious concussions to the point of unconsciousness. To this day Bradshaw still feels the effects from those head shots. <span style="font-family: "Times New...

Terry Bradshaw wouldn’t allow his son to play football if he had one

Getty Images Former Pittsburgh Steelers great Terry Bradshaw made a guest appearance on NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Like other retired players, Bradshaw stated that if he had a son he wouldn’t allow him to play football in the modern-day NFL. “If I had a son today, and I would say this to all our audience and our viewers out there, I would not let him play football...

Bradshaw unfortunately correct about direction of football

Former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw made another one of his routine appearances on the ‘Jay Leno Show’ earlier this week and while his appearances usually come in the way of his folksy humor, the topic suddenly got serious. Leno asked Bradshaw about the concussion issue and without really being prompted, Bradshaw said, “If I had a son today – I would say...

ESPN Intern Program Lost Another Body On Friday Via This Fail

Ben Roethlisberger was doing his thing on SportsCenter yesterday, promoting the Big 33 game and whatnot, when some smartass ESPN intern thought it would be cool to slip in this Eli Manning ID. That intern was promptly fired, told to never return to Bristol and ridiculed for his/her knowledge of guys accused of rape in Georgia bars. In Niagara Falls news, that was some serious **...

Harrison and Roethlisberger are in the top 30 of NFL’s top 100

Last night the NFL released number 21-30 on their top 100 of 2012 list, and two Steelers made that section of the list.  James Harrion came in at number 29 and Ben Roethlisberger came in at number 30.   This makes 5 Steelers that have made the list to date with still the top 20 players in the NFL to go.  Mike Wallace, Maurkice Pouncey and LaMarr Woodley also made the list. ...

2012 AFC North quarterback breakdown and preview

Now that mini-camp is over, the Pittsburgh Steelers are off until they report to training camp at St. Vincent in Latrobe on July 25, 2012. While our focus will constantly be on the Steelers, it is time to do an early preseason positional breakdown of the AFC North as a whole, to see how the Steelers stack up. First on the list for review it the quarterbacks. 1. Ben Roethlisberger...

Steelers Six From Around The Web – June 14th – Antonio Brown Talks Contract Year Edition

The Top 100 Players of 2012 rolled on last night with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger ranking 30th and outside linebacker James Harrison ranking 29th on the list that none of the players seem to admit voting for. Emmanuel Sanders joined 93.7 The Fan to talk about how the learning of the offense is going and how he currently still is the return man heading out...
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