What will happen between the Pittsburgh Steelers and quarterback Ben Rosliberg in the next three weeks? Although no one has really confirmed the exact news yet, there is no talk of Rosliberg about what happened, especially after all the steelers general manager Kevin Colbert (Kevin Colbert) did. Of course, there is no shortage of speculation about his potential future status. He conducted a nearly 30-minute interview with the media last week. In fact, a member of the national media seemed to interpret the current situation between Steelers and Roethlisberger as a current chicken war. That person is Aditi Kinkhabwala of NFL Network.
Kinkhabwala said in a speech about Roethlisberger on the NFL network on Monday: “This actually turned into a very big chicken game in Pittsburgh, where the Steelers almost dared to say something to Ben Roethlisberger.”
Personally, I think this is all in vain. A plate of chicken? really? That is my opinion. It seems too exaggerated now, but this is me. Feel free to call me a lunatic.
However, Jin Hawala did not stop there.
Kinkhabwala continued: “The Steelers did not reach a consensus on this.” “As far as I know, this building gives a very, very strong feeling that it’s time to move forward, and even though the Steelers still have a stake. Rosliberg, but there is still a dilemma. Because even with a new offensive coordinator and a new quarterback coach, Ben Rosliberg still likes to play in a special way, and this doesn’t It does not necessarily coincide with all the changes and trends that the new offensive coordinator Matt Canada wants to include.”
Is there a strong feeling in the building? The only important people in the Steele Building are team president Art Rooney II, general manager Kevin Colbert and head coach Mike Tomlin. No, quarterback Mason Rudolph (Mason Rudolph) does not count in the building.
So why haven’t the two parties reached a consensus on Roethlisberger’s future? Perhaps it is because there is no real heated discussion between the two parties. In fact, Jinkabovara even admitted a lot on Twitter on Monday afternoon. Is this a big deal? Personally, I don’t think so. After all, there is still more than three weeks to make a decision. The NFL still has not set a cap for 2021.
How will things eventually develop? Like most of you, I have my guesses. Although I didn’t say anything during the offseason, my best prediction is still that Rosliberg will play for the Steelers in 2021. Even though the contract extension includes the invalidation period, he will still get the 19 million he currently deserves. Dollar. Can my intuition be wrong? of course can.
I don’t have a skin in the Roethlisberger game. If he doesn’t come back in 2021, I will still serve the team in the way I have done since 2008. If he returns to the 2021 season, I will follow suit. In the end, I feel that all these “talks” and “reports” are now carefully crafted to sell a story better. I can’t buy it now because the negotiations between the Steelers and Roethlisberger have now reached a chicken-like level, see who backs down first. I apologize to anyone who might offend this view.