Ben Roethlisberger, Landry Jones and Josh Dobbs may have some company this season. Speaking at the NFL Combine on Wednesday, Pittsburgh GM Kevin Colbert said that the team may select a quarterback in the 2018 NFL Draft. It was widely expected that the team would do the opposite while picking up a free agent/undrafted rookie quarterback for the upcoming training camp. Earlier this month, Steelers.com's Bob Labriola all but assured Steeler Nation that no changes will be made at the quarterback position this offseason, as the Steelers will enter the year with Big Ben, Jones and Dobbs as the team's quarterbacks for the second consecutive year. "With Roethlisberger on board for a couple of more seasons, with Jones under contract for another season, and with Joshua Dobbs continuing to work on the fundamentals of the position," LaBriola wrote, "it doesn’t seem as though the Steelers will need to be looking for anything at this position during the upcoming offseason with the exception of a fourth arm for training camp and the preseason." Steelers' President Art Rooney II said this month that Big Ben has expressed interest in playing three-four more seasons, as the team may look to offer Roethlisberger an extension this offseason. Roethlisberger is currently signed through the 2019 season. Unlike a season ago, Big Ben said immediately following the AFC divisional loss to Jacksonville that he will be back for the upcoming season. Roethlisberger enjoyed another banner year in 2017, throwing for 4,251 yards with 28 touchdowns and 15 interceptions in 15 regular season games.
Colbert: Steelers won't rule out drafting a quarterback in 2018
247 Sports | Feb 28