Now that the Pittsburgh Steelers have Ben Roethlisberger back, at least for training camp, they’ve got yet another problem with the quarterback whose offseason missteps repeatedly overshadow all that he accomplishes as a player.
What do they do with him?
Once the Steelers report to training camp Friday, does Roethlisberger run with the starters, despite his suspension that will last at least four games? Or do they drastically cut his time with the regulars so that Byron Leftwich will be better prepared to run the offense when the season begins, since Roethlisberger can’t play until mid-October at the earliest?
Read the story in Friday’s Vindicator.