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Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will start this Sunday against the San Diego Chargers. The Steelers have been playing without Roethlisberger for the past three games due to an injury, and he’s finally ready to get back to business.
According to The LA Times, offensive coordinator, Todd Haley said in an interview after practice, “he (Roethlisberger) looks like himself for the most part. Now I don't know what he's feeling when he's doing some of those things. But it looks like he's moving around pretty good.”
Roethlisberger seems to have his arm strength back, since that’s what was hindering his ability to start last week against the Ravens. The last thing anybody wants is for him to come back too soon and cost the Steelers a game.
The Herald Standard reports that Steelers’ Heath Miller said in an interview, “I have been around him the longest and he knows I will give him an honest answer. It’s better than last week, as you would expect. Over time he will only get better and better."