AFC Notes: Steelers, Big Ben, Raiders

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger landed in concussion protocol after absorbing a big hit in practice, but he is doing fine now and is expected to resume football activities soon, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com writes. Remarkably, this was Roethlisberger’s first time in the protocol, and fortunately it was a short stay for the 36-year-old.

Roethlisberger has said that his “long-term brain health” would play a role in the length of his NFL career, so the good news was certainly welcome for the Steelers QB.

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  1. Clark K

    Gee Corey I wonder why you were running second team maybe it’s because you’re injury prone and have 0 production over the past 2 seasons? Browns or not for a first round pick to put up his kind of numbers is inexcusable. He’s lucky they at least let him play with the second team should’ve been cut

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    • crosseyedlemon

      In the old days, coaches like Lombardi would deal with these types of whiners by making them do grunt work on special teams.

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