Steelers and Roethlisberger Finalize Two-Year Extension

By Brandon J. Wallace

PITTSBURGH, PA – Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Steelers and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger finalized a contract extension that locks the signal-caller in black and gold through 2021. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported that the new deal will pay Roethlisberger over $30 million in each of the first two seasons. This will put him amongst the top-three highest paid QB’s in the league right now.

Ironically, April 24th also represents another significant moment for the future Hall of Fame QB and the franchise:

This is a great day for the Steelers’ organization. More details ahead.


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