Found November 16, 2013 on Pro Sports Daily:
For all of this week's speculation surrounding Ben Roethlisberger's future, the key question remains: Is there fire behind all of this smoke with the Pittsburgh Steelers? After speaking with a Steelers source, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Friday's edition of NFL Network's "Around the League Live" that the organization will not consider an offseason Roethlisberger trade, "unless (they) find a replacement." General managers around the league tell Rapoport that Roethlisberger probably would bring more than just a first-round draft pick in return if the Steelers opt to field offers while rebuilding their roster. It's hard to imagine Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert pulling the trigger on a trade unless Roethlisberger's contract extension discussions turn ugly, and the Steelers scouting department falls in love with a quarterback that will be available when they draft in the first round. NFL Media's Charley Casserly ...
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