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A Baltimore television station sparks junk talk for the Steelers-Ravens game on Sunday. Ben Rothlisberger is in the crosshairs.

Big Ben talks about that big signature at Tampa Bay. We also got Baltimore injury news.

The latest in the familiar face will quarterback the Dallas Cowboys.

That’s all on Friday’s “first call.”


Big Penn Baltimore billboard

CBS welcomes Ben Rothlisberger, a CBS co-founder in Baltimore, back to the Steelers-Ravens match after a gap of one year.

WJZ is broadcasting the TV game. They rent billboard space in Maryland and operate a hype machine This shot of Rothlisberger is planted During the previous match against the Ravens.

The station is once again giving a hearty welcome as Big Ben missed two games last year after undergoing surgery to repair his elbow.

The Ravens won the first game 26-23 (OT) in Pittsburgh. They won the second game 28-10 in Baltimore.

To mark the change of time this weekend, the station operates a five-second advertising space with the same image of the fallen Rothlisberger, with the messages “Welcome back to Ben” and “Do not forget to retreat.”

The last time Rothlisberger faced the Ravens? The Steelers won the week 26-14 in 2018 in Baltimore.

Why does the station pierce the bear with Rothlisberger?

“This is the best match in the NFL,” a WJZ station executive told me on Thursday.

No argument from me. So you have to respond by running KTKA’s ads Ryan Clark split Willis McCarthy At the 2008 AFC Championship Game.

You know, in the name of competition and everyone.


Questionable Ingram

The Ravens ’run above the Steelers game on Sunday still seems doubtful.

Mark Ingram was unable to train again on Thursday. He was a question mark for this match last weekend due to an ankle injury.

Jimmy Smith and Brandon Williams are both key players in terms of defense.

If Ingram can’t play, expect more from JK Bobbins. Rookie Draft from Ohio State was a favorite of Steelers fans over the weekend. But the Steelers ended up with the best pick at the Chase Claypool instead.

Toppins was fine when called. But he never played because Ingram, Gus Edwards and quarterback Lamar Jackson handled quick duties for the Ravens. Doppins averaged 6.2 yards, with two touchdowns. He had only 25 attempts.

According to Ingram, he carries 225 yards and averages 4.5 yards in 50 attempts for two points.


Back to the Big Pen

Before we get too far from Ben Rothlisberger, Antonio Brown was asked about his reaction to the signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The Steelers had a quarterback WDVE Radio Thursday morning, And Mr. Big Chest NFL

“I have nothing,” Rothlisberger said. “I don’t have time to worry about other teams. Other players. I really want to focus on us. (Ravens) Take my attention enough. “

This is a good answer for now. Let’s see how long Big Ben will survive if he bucks against the Steelers and Steelers at the Super Bowl in Tampa in four months.

Yes. I let that thought linger in my head.

I really am. You should too. This is so much fun.


Dinusi in ‘Big T’

After the Steelers face Baltimore, their next opponent is the Dallas Cowboys.

This could possibly be the opening quarterback in Ben Dinuci Dallas. After attending Pine-Richland High School, Dinusi joined Pitt and eventually transferred to James Madison.

Dinucci could make his first NFL start on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles as the Cowboys lost Doug Prescott two games ago with a broken ankle and Andy Dalton suffered a concussion last week.

“For me, this is a chance of a lifetime,” DNUC said via ESPN.com. “I think, as a seventh-rounder comes along, you look at the duck, and you see Andy at the top of the deep chart, and it says, ‘Hey, I’m not likely to be on the field this year.’ But hey, it’s 2020. What else do you expect?

ESPN.com’s Todd Archer reports that on Wednesdays and Thursdays Dinusi took over all of the first team representatives in practice.

Tim Pence is a Tribune-review staff writer. Tim can be contacted at [email protected] or via Twitter. All tweets can be re-posted. All emails are subject to publication unless otherwise noted.

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