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EXTRA, EXTRA!!! Pittsburgh Post Gazette beart writer Ed Bouchette reported on Tuesday via Twitter that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger has finally sat down and talked to new offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Haley was introduced as the replacement for Bruce Arians back on February 9th. The Steel City Stare Down lasted a total of 12 days and there is no word as of yet who indeed blinked first, not that it matters.
Roethlisberger had shared his concerns about what Haley will do offensively after it was announced that he would be taking over for Arians. He also talked about what Read more [...]
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Despite being announced as the Steelers new offensive coordinator nearly two weeks ago, Todd Haley has reportedly not talked to the man who will will be running his offense on the field.
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert sat down with SiriusXM NFL Radio for an interview following his media session at the 2012 NFL combine and he was asked about several things concerning the Steelers by host Adam Schein and Rich Gannon. A few of the questions centered around the style of play of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger and the forthcoming relationship he will...
With the restructure of Ben Roethlisberger being just over $8 million the Steelers have now surpassed the $29 million mark in cap savings. The Steelers were estimated to be around $22 million over the cap at the start of the offseason. The cap numbers will not be released until at the earliest this weekend. The Steelers will know what they have to do after it is announced....
The day we’ve all been waiting for has finally arrived! The Steeler Nation can rest easy now that Big Ben and new offensive coordinator Todd Haley finally met today according to Post Gazette’s Ed Bouchette via twitter: @EdBouchette News many have waited for: Ben & #steelers new OC Todd Haley finally met, sat down and talked. It’s been nothing short of amazing how much media...
Ed Bouchette is reporting via twitter that Todd Haley and Ben Roethlisberger have finally met. Wooo hooo!!! Now we do not have to talk about this any more. They have met and we will not have to hear about this non story that became national news for no reason again.
The Steelers will not have to deal with these questions any more and can go scout players at the Combine in peace...
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune Review if Ben Roethlisberger wants to meet Todd Haley he needs to go to the facility and meet him. Haley is not permitted to reach out to Roethlisberger and ask him to meet. All he can do is call and say hello. They are allowed to have contact but Haley can not initiate a meet until April 16th. That is when the Steelers can start organized...
The waiting for Ben Roethlisberger is finally over.
Roughly two weeks ago, the Steelers hired Todd Haley to serve as the successor to offensive coordinator Bruce Arians, who had a close friendship with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. Haley and Roethlisberger have still not communicated. On Monday, Roethlisberger told Mark Kaboly of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (via NFL.com) that Haley “still hasn’t called me yet.” It’s…
Ben Roethlisberger wasn't happy when the Pittsburgh Steelers decided to part ways with Bruce Arians, his longtime offensive coordinator. Now he's still waiting to hear from Todd Haley, hired to call the offensive plays for the team next season.
The NFL Coaches Association has hired sports lawyer David Cornwell as its executive director. Cornwell has represented both the NFL and the union as well as several prominent NFL players, including Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. He also was a candidate to become executive director of the NFL Players Association in 2009, a job that went to DeMaurice Smith.