Steele quarterback Ben Rosleesburg was on the Reserves/COVID-19 list of the week because he had close contact with tight-fitting Vance McDonald’s before the McDonald’s positive test, so he won’t be in the week. Practice with the team before the game against the Bangladeshi.
Roethlisberger can receive knee treatment, but otherwise he must leave the team for 5 days. Offensive coordinator Randy Fichtner (Randy Fichtner) said Thursday that from a distance, the quarterback is still part of Cincinnati’s preparations.
Fichtner said through ESPN.com’s Brooke Pryor: “He’s great because obviously he’s easy to get started.” “He has a lot of free time. We are those who have to spend time to adapt. …Ben likes texting, so we receive it at night Text messages, walking back and forth… as if he had been to the room.”
As long as he continues to test negative, Rosliberg can play on time on Sunday, while Fichtner said the team is preparing. Mason Rudolph and Josh Dobbs will let Roethlisberger resign from quarterback representatives, but Fichtner will not say if the plan changes, Which team will play.