No one is taking seriously the retirement musings of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The team nevertheless realizes that he’s much closer to the end of his career than the beginning, and they’re beginning to plan accordingly. “I think we’ve been in that mindset for the last several years, that’s what this business tells us to be in,” coach Mike Tomlin told NFL Network in an interview that will be televised on Wednesday. “We better start sharpening our sword in terms of evaluation of quarterbacks and what’s available to us or potentially available to us, that’s just due diligence. So yes, we have.” It makes plenty of sense for the Steelers to be looking for their next quarterback, even
Patric Hornqvist tries his best to bring the Penguins back, scoring a late goal in the Third period to close in on the Flyers lead.
Kyle Larson had a fast car through long green flag runs during Sunday’s race at Auto Club Speedway. Larson survived a flurry of late-race restarts and pulled away from Brad Keselowski and Clint Bowyer over the race’s final two laps to get his first win of 2017 and the second win of his career. The