Roethlisberger to Play Once more but Limited Due to Suspension

Krishna DhaniCorrespondent IJune 1, 2010

PITTSBURGH - APRIL 19:  Ben Roethlisberger #7 of the Pittsburgh Steelers practices on April 19, 2010 at the Pittsburgh Steelers South Side training facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)
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ESPN is reporting that after Ben Roethlisberger had been accused of sexual assault by a 20 year old college student, he is now back practicing with the Steelers. But he is only to play for the practices and the preseason. From there, he will not be allowed in any team consisted activities.

Roger Goodell, the commissione, has put a suspension for this behavior. He has already gone through the behavior evaluation but has yet to complete a course.

Mike Tomlin, the head coach of the Steelers, refuses to talk about the issue at any purposes. He doesn’t need to be concerned as he is ashamed.

Some of the teammates of Roethlisbereger’s are glad and proud to see their so called “leader” back after the sexual assault. Those teammates are actually very glad indeed. Those teammates are Mike Wallace, the WR, and offensive lineman, Willie Colon.

“He’s a man and everybody makes mistakes. I just feel like he’s the leader of our team. Anytime he comes back we accept him for who he is,” Mike Wallace had said.

Willie Colon had said this “it’s another step,” just a general ideal.

Although there were not charges filed or consisted by the student, all that is left is for Ben Roethlisberger to recreate himself is in ways of behavior. He is going to finalize the lasts steps of suspension and soon return. He will play but only until the suspension goes farther.

He is going to go to a rehabilitation behavior program as punishment by the commissioner Roger Goodell.

The last time he had ever played and practiced was on April 20th and that was when he was being disciplined by Roger Goodell, at the same time they were configuring the problem. He just lucked out that the student never pressed chargers or a lawsuit. He was on the line and now to rehabilitate.