2x Super Bowl Champion Ben Roethlisberger Announces his Retirement from NFL After 18-Year Career 

Ben Roethlisberger, the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback who returned one of the NFL’s legacy franchises to Super Bowl success but whose career was clouded by injuries, announced his retirement from the sport on Thursday after 18 seasons.

What Roethlisberger said on this

“The journey has been exhilarating, defined by relationships and fueled by a spirit of competition, yet the time has come to clean out my locker, hang up my cleats and continue to be all I can be to my wife and children,”

Roethlisberger added

“I retire from football a truly grateful man.”

A hurdle in Roethlisberger's career

Roethlisberger’s career was also derailed by injuries and clashes with some of the team’s offensive coordinators and other players. He spent his entire career with the Steelers.

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Ben collected 165 regular-season wins as a starting quarterback, the fifth most in league history, and sits in the top 10 in the major career passing categories, a résumé that is expected to earn him a spot in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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