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A Baltimore TV station is cheering on Sunday’s “Steelman-The Raven” game. Ben Roethlisberger is in the crosshairs.
Big Ben also talked about the big signing ceremony in Tampa Bay. We also have news of Baltimore injuries.
And the latest news on the familiar faces may be quarterback Dallas Cowboys.
Everything in Friday’s “First Call”
Baltimore Billboard by Big Ben
After a year of truce, the CBS branch in Baltimore welcomed Ben Roethlisberger back to the Iron Man and Ravens competition.
The WJZ TV station is broadcasting the game. They are hyping up the hype machine by renting billboard space in Maryland, and this photo of Roethlisberger was planted in the last game against Ravens.
After Big Ben missed two games last year due to surgery to repair his elbow, the station extended a warm welcome to him.
@Steelers This needs to be on the bulletin board! #Motivation pic.twitter.com/NqhfqVqJ0p
— SteelerChickPGH (@SteelerChickPGH) October 29, 2020
The Ravens won the first game of Pittsburgh 26-23 (OT). They won the second game 28-10 in Baltimore.
The radio station also ran a five-second promotional campaign. The image promoted was the same as the image of Roethlisberger’s falling down, with the message “Welcome Back Ben” and “Don’t forget to go back”. To refer to the time change this weekend.
Roethlisberger faced the crow last time? The Steelers won in Baltimore in Week 9 of 2018, 26-14.
Why does the station poke bears with Roethlisberger?
A head of WJZ radio told me on Thursday: “This is the best competition in the NFL.”
I have no opinion. Therefore, perhaps KDKA should respond by sending Ryan Clark (Ryan Clark) splashing Willis McGahee’s promotional film in the 2008 AFC Championship.
You know, in the name of competition and everything.
It seems that for the Steelers on Sunday, the Ravens’ top guard is still questionable.
Mark Ingram will not practice again on Thursday. Due to an ankle injury, he is the question mark for goodbye this weekend.
Crow injury report on Thursday
RB Mark Ingram (ankle)
CB Jimmy Smith (Achilles)
NT Brandon Williams (NIR)
DB Anthony Levine (abdomen)
CB Marlon Humphrey (Illness)
G Tire Phillips (hand)
DE Derek Wolfe (Concussion/Neck)
-Jamison Hensley (@jamisonhensley) October 29, 2020
Jimmy Smith (Jimmy Smith) and Brandon Williams (Brandon Williams) are both important defensive roles.
If Ingram can’t play, please look forward to more JK Dobbins. The rookie from Ohio State University was a favorite of the Steelers fans during the draft weekend. But the Steelers finally made a good choice in Chase Claypool.
Dobbins performed well when asked. But since Ingram, Gus Edwards and quarterback Lamar Jackson handled most of the Ravens’ urgent tasks, he has barely played. Dobbins averaged 6.2 yards and had two touchdowns. He has only 25 attempts.
As for Ingram, he averaged 4.5 yards per game, with 225 yards and two scoring 50 attempts.
Back to big ben
Before we were too far away from Ben Roethlisberger, he was asked to react to Antonio Brown’s signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
On the WDVE broadcast on Thursday morning, the Steel quarterback was asked about Mr. Big Chest’s thoughts on returning to the NFL.
“I have nothing,” Rosliberg said. “I don’t have time to worry about other teams. Other players. I have to focus on us. (The Ravens) have taken my attention.”
For now, this is enough. Let’s see how long Big Ben can go if it is the Bucs vs. Steelers in the Tampa Super Bowl in four months.
Yes. I allow myself to accept this idea with my own mind.
I really am. You should also have a lot of fun.
DiNucci in “Big D”
After the Steelers faced Baltimore, their next opponent was the Dallas Cowboys.
Ben DiNucci (Ben DiNucci) may become Dallas’ starting quarterback. After starring at Pine-Richland High School, DiNucci enrolled in Pitt and eventually transferred to Jame Madison.
Dinucci may start the NFL against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, because the Cowboys lost Dak Prescott (Dak Prescott) with a broken ankle two games before Andy Dalton last week (Andy Dalton) Concussion occurred.
“For me, this is a lifetime opportunity,” DiNucci said via ESPN.com. “I think that as a rookie seventh-rounder, you will see Duck at the top of the depth chart, and Andy is,’Hey, I have no chance to compete this year.” But, hey, this is 2020. What else do you expect? we are coming. In the eighth week of my rookie season, I had the opportunity to go there during the Sunday night football game and do what I like to do. I will never be happy or excited anymore. “
ESPN.com’s Todd Archer reported that DiNucci participated in all first-team practice sessions on Wednesday and Thursday.
Tim Benz is a review writer for the Tribune. You can contact Tim via firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter. All tweets can be reposted. Unless otherwise stated, all emails can be posted.
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