Ben Roethlisberger, a former quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, shared his thoughts on the status of football in the present day, claiming that he believes players' mentalities have changed "from a team-first to a me-type attitude."

Roethlisberger complained in-depth to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about his last several seasons with the Steelers

"I sense that the game has evolved. I get the impression that some people have changed

The team was so important. It was all about the team. Now, it’s about me and this, that and the other," he explained

"I might be standing on a soapbox a little bit, but that’s my biggest takeaway from when I started to the end. It turned from a team-first to a me-type attitude. It was hard."

With two Super Bowl victories, six Pro Bowl appearances, and the 2004 AP Offensive Rookie of the Year, Roethlisberger had a successful career

Despite having 418 touchdown passes and 64,088 passing yards when he retired in 2010, he only managed to win three playoff games

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