Roethlisberger has come under fire for his leadership abilities.
Calling the Pittsburgh Steelers offseason a mess would be a complete understatement. The team lost both Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell who were arguably their two biggest offensive weapons. Of course, the next player on that list would be Ben Roethlisberger, although according to Bell and Brown, Big Ben is one of the reasons why they ultimately left the team. Both have taken to Twitter to rip on Roethlisberger, saying he isn't a very good leader and that he is hard to play with. Bell even said that "Ben wants to win his way, and that’s tough to play with," in an interview with Sports Illustrated.
While these criticisms have been floating around for a while, another legendary Steelers quarterback in Terry Bradshaw is rushing to Big Ben's defense. In an interview with TMZ, Bradshaw shot Big Ben some bail, saying he hasn't seen anything that tells him he's a bad teammate.
"I don't understand it," Bradshaw says ... "He's a great leader. He is. He's solid. I find him to be fine."
The four-time Super Bowl Champion also explained that he's worried about the Steelers this season and just hopes they can make it all work. You can check out the interview in the video below.