First Call: Antonio Brown on Ben Roethlisberger's retirement; Steelers work out DB with natural bloodlines

First Call: Antonio Brown on Ben Roethlisberger's retirement; Steelers work out DB with natural bloodlines

First Call: Antonio Brown on Ben Roethlisberger's retirement; Steelers work out DB with natural bloodlines


Ben Roethlisberger's retirement declaration dovetailed with an amusing commemoration in Steelers history.

Antonio Earthy colored contacts Huge Ben on the day his profession formally reaches a conclusion. The Steelers work out a cautious back with an intriguing foundation. Furthermore the Duquesne Dukes hope to get themselves right on their home court.

All that in Friday's "First Call."


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Antonio Earthy colored proceeds with his visit through endeavoring to repair spans he ignited with previous quarterbacks.

In the first place, it was Tom Brady soon after he hit Brady on the exit from Tampa Inlet directly following his shirtless exit from MetLife Arena in Week 17.

Then, at that point, he attempted to fix up things with Ben Roethlisberger on Appearance before Enormous Ben played his last game in Pittsburgh against the Earthy colors.

Presently A.B. is venturing it up after Roethlisberger formally resigned from football on Thursday.

It doesn't create the impression that Brown is remorseful for why he arranged the different implosions that caused early exits from the Bucs, Steelers or Thieves, notwithstanding.

During an appearance on Thursday's "CBS Mornings," have Nate Burleson inquired as to whether he has any second thoughts for his public explosions.

"I feel like, man, all that I did, I did it because my heart accepted that was what I expected to do," Brown reacted. "Furthermore throughout everyday life, once in a while you must pay attention to your heart since that is the main way I could rest around evening time. So - yet I put stock in my heart, in my eyes, and how I take a gander at things and things I did, I think they all elevated me to be in this position I'm in."

Brown was additionally inquired as to whether he has at any point been determined to have a psychological well-being condition.

"I never had an emotional wellness finding. … I never had an issue or issue," Brown said. "I don't take pills. I just got a high level of intelligence."

Not sufficiently high to try not to blow a chance to get passes from Roethlisberger and Brady … two times. In any case, a "high level of intelligence" in any case.

That is correct. Back in 1970, the NFL Draft was held in January in New York City.

Bradshaw was chosen first generally speaking out of Louisiana Tech. The Steelers were granted the primary pick in the draft in the wake of winning a coin-flip sudden death round with the Chicago Bears. The two groups had indistinguishable 1-13 records in 1969.

The future Lobby of Famer would play 14 years in Pittsburgh, winning four Super Dishes en route. Bradshaw is going to be the subject of a narrative called "Diving Deep," which debuts Feb. 1 on HBO Max.

The previous Arkansas State protective back is the child of previous MLB Elite player Torii Tracker. He is presently a free specialist.

Tracker is a four-year veteran of the Canadian Football Association. He played in 14 games for the Montreal Alou etches in 2021, making 45 complete handles, one sack and two captures.

Subsequent to moving on from Arkansas State back in 2016, Tracker played two seasons for the Edmonton Elks prior to joining the Alouettes. He has recently turned out for NFL groups like the New Britain Loyalists and Arizona Cardinals.

The Duquesne Dukes men's ball group is hoping to snap a four-game losing streak. Presently they are getting a solid Atlantic 10 rival at the UPMC Cooper Fieldhouse.

The 13-6 St. Louis Billikens (4-2 A-10) visit the Feign at 2 p.m. Saturday, having won three of their last four games. Mentor Travis Portage's group drives the gathering in scoring at 79.5 focuses per game. In those three triumphs, the Billikens beat Fordham by 18, Massachusetts by 31 and George Washington by 13 in a game they never followed and when driven by 21.

One thing St. Louis doesn't do especially well, however, is win out and about. They've lost three of four street games hitherto in 2021-22.

With respect to Keith Dambrot's Dukes, they are hoping to skip back from a 72-61 misfortune at St. Joseph's on Wednesday.

The Dukes and Billikens had their main round of the period dropped last year as a result of the pandemic. In 2019-20, the Dukes won the two challenges, 73-59 at home and 82-68 in St. Louis.


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