Steelers and Cardinals participate in Super Bowl XLIII Media Day in Tampa.
Pittsburgh Steelers backup quarterback Charlie Batch films team mate LaMarr Woodley as he speaks with the media during Media Day for Super Bowl XLIII featuring the Steelers vs. the Arizona Cardinals at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida on January 27, 2009. The NFL's Super Bowl XLIII will be played on Sunday, February 1. (UPI Photo/Roger L. Wollenberg)
Ben Roethlisberger, who has been sidelined for three weeks with injuries, will start Sunday at quarterback for Pittsburgh, Steelers Coach Mike Tomlin said.
Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was not medically cleared to play against Baltimore, contrary to some reports, the Pittsburgh-Post Gazette said.
Shaun Suisham connected on a 42-yard field goal on the final play of the game Sunday, boosting the Pittsburgh Steelers over Baltimore 23-20.
The Pittsburgh Steelers said Friday Charlie Batch will start at quarterback at Baltimore Sunday, again replacing Ben Roethlisberger, ruled out due to injury.
Charlie Batch will likely start at quarterback this week for the Pittsburgh Steelers against the Baltimore Ravens, Coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday.
Trent Richardson amassed 112 total yards and ran for a go-ahead touchdown Sunday, helping the Cleveland Browns bounce error-prone Pittsburgh 20-14.
A 6-yard throw from Jerrod Johnson to Weslye Saunders put Pittsburgh in front in the fourth period Thursday and the Steelers held on to down Carolina 17-16.
Rashard Mendenhall rambled for 116 yards and a score Saturday, boosting the playoff-bound Pittsburgh Steelers to a 27-0 whitewash of St. Louis.
Charlie Batch will start at quarterback this week for the Pittsburgh Steelers in place of the injured Ben Roethlisberger, the team said Friday.
Jonathan Dwyer rushed for 88 yards and scored on a 50-yard run Thursday to highlight the Pittsburgh Steelers' 33-17 exhibition win over Carolina.