The Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger had knee surgery in June. But Steelers fans don’t have to stress, he says the knee feels better than ever.
“It feels great, it feels better than ever, like it’s a brand new knee and I feel younger than ever, I feel good,” Big Ben said, via 7msports.com.
Roethlisberger, who has been in London promoting the NFL overseas says the offense will improve this season. It will be offensive coordinator Todd Haley’s second season with the Steelers.
“Well the great thing is last year was out first year working together, this is year two and we’ve come along way, there’s going to be some good stuff,” Roethlisberger said. “We’re excited this year in the offensive and working with Todd (Haley) is great we’ve really been able to come together and formulate some good plans and we’ll be the best we can be.”
Roethlisberger recently said he wants to win more Super Bowls than Terry Bradshaw. A bold desire, and given his age could make it harder to win 3 more Super Bowls.
“Anytime we don’t win the Superbowl, it motivates you but especially someone in the division, someone like Baltimore, the Steeler-Baltimore rivalry is one of the best in all of sports so for them to win it kind of motivates us to want to come out this year and be as good as we can be.”