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Ben Roethlisberger caddies for son while winning the Cleveland Junior Open, says they dominated Cleveland “again”

While Ben Roethlisberger officially retired in January 2022, the legendary Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback still isn’t done inflicting pain on the city of Cleveland. Not by a long shot. This week, on his podcast Footbahlin With Ben Roethlisberger, Big Ben spoke about his recent back surgery. While his ability to swing a golf club is limited for the time being, he was still able to gut out 36 holes on the bag for his son at the Cleveland Junior Open last week, helping junior to a big win.

But the W wasn’t enough for Ben. He also had to squeeze in a shot at the poor ol’ Browns, saying, “you know, just typical Roethlisberger-dominating-Cleveland-again type thing.”

Old rivalries die hard apparently. Not that Roethlisberger shouldn’t be cocky. In 29 career games against his AFC North foes, Roethlisberger was 26-2-1. We suppose it only makes sense that his son Benjamin would continue the family’s winning ways in Cleveland, only this time on the golf course instead of the gridiron.