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Roethlisberger 'Hurting Pretty Bad' After MNF

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The injury Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered to his throwing shoulder Monday night could be pretty significant, one that could take a while to heal, a source close to the team said.

Roethlisberger is "extremely sore" Tuesday morning and "hurting pretty bad," the source said. After getting an MRI Monday night, he went for another MRI Tuesday.

 

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin then characterized Roethlisberger's injury as a shoulder sprain at his news conference Tuesday. 

 

"Obviously, his injury puts his participation in the questionable category," Tomlin said.

 

Tomlin described Roethlisberger's shoulder injury as a "SC sprain."  The sternoclavicular (SC) joint helps to support the...

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