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How much longer will Ben Roethlisberger play?

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger continues to make it clear that he has entered the Brett Favre one-year-at-a-time phase of his career. So how many more one-year-at-a-times will he last? That’s the Wednesday PFT Live question of the day. Cast a vote below, drop a comment, and then tune your radio dial to NBC Sports Radio [more]
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