Report: Sprained Foot For Roethlisberger

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Ben Roethlisberger underwent an MRI on Monday after suffering a foot injury against the Houston Texans on Sunday.

According to ESPN, Roethlisberger has a sprained left foot and his status for their upcoming game against the Tennessee Titans (3-1) is unknown.

Roethlisberger left Reliant stadium on crutches and in a walking boot after suffering the injury on the Steelers’ final drive during a 17-10 loss.

“A little bit of pain and disappointment obviously from losing the game and feeling like I could have done more and it was a little bit my fault that we didn’t play better,” Roethlisberger said.

Pittsburgh will host the Titans at Heinz Field at 1 p.m. on Sunday.


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  1. MustafaJohnson says:

    The Steelers should be embarrassed to put out such a pitiful Offensive Line in front of Ben. It is disgusting. They are going to get him killed. Spend some money and get a couple of free agents if you have to. Too late for this year but, if you want to end this guys career years early, then keep doing what you are doing, which is NOTHING.

    1. Mustabeenanidiot says:

      Dude, there is no cap room. I suggest you call the salary cap fairy to resolve this issue A.S.A.P. #yinzerissues

    2. Dave says:

      The big problem is not that the O-Line is bad but that they keep getting hurt so much that the new guys coming in don’t have enough time to practice and get the feel of everything. If these guys can stay healthy now and with more practice they will keep getting better.

      As for Sunday against the Titans I wouldn’t even take a chance on Ben and just start Batch. Let Ben rest for a week. The Titans aren’t good and if they actually keep running the ball like they did in the second half against the Texans it will be a win.

  2. bob says:

    the titans aren’t good!? their running back is going to eat us alive like everyone else has so far. funny when the steeler d wasn’t so worried about defending the pass they were dropping qb and running backs left and right. I agree with you though the offensive line has no time to gel. maybe it is lack of conditioning why they keep getting hurt or the fact bruce ariens doesn’t call plays to their strengths

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