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|(12/6/12) The Steelers announced Thursday quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will start Week 14 vs. San Diego after missing three games with shoulder and rib injuries. He has been above the line in all areas, coach Mike Tomlin said, per the team's official website. Really, the only question we cant answer is taking a hit. Obviously that will be answered in the stadium on Sunday. I am extremely comfortable with his ability to work the field both vertically and horizontally. He has great velocity on his ball. Were ready to go. Roethlisberger told reporters Thursday he took 80-90 percent of the first-team snaps in practice, according to the NFL Network. "I felt good," Roethlisberger said. Charlie Batch had started the last two games in Roethlisberger's absence.
Charlie Batch planning on another season with Steelers
Free-agent quarterback Charlie Batch might be 38 years old, but that doesn't mean he sees retirement in his future. Batch said on Pittsburgh radio this week that he plans on being back with Steelers in 2013.
Steelers DC Dick LeBeau: We could have been the Ravens
The Pittsburgh Steelers struggled through an injury-ravaged season in 2012, going just 8-8 without key players for long stretches of the season. Had the Steelers gotten a stroke of luck, defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau said Tuesday, they -- not the Baltimore Ravens -- could have been hoisting the Lombardi Trophy.