Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said back in March that he wasn't going to do his weekly radio show anymore, but it appears he might be having a change of heart. A lot of last years radio show involved Roethlisberger bashing his teammates, so it made sense that someone probably suggested he not do it anymore.

It's unclear what made him have a change of heart, but in an interview with KDKA-TV, Roethlisberger said his options were still open.

“I haven’t made a final decision yet,” Roethlisberger said, via the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. “We talk a lot about it with my family and my agents and the Steelers. I think people like it. That we can give some inside access. We’ll make a final decision moving forward. . . .”

“If we do (the show), it’ll be the best we’ve ever done. If we don’t, there will probably be a reason, too.”

It's clear that Roethlisberger still enjoys having his own radio show, but if it comes back there are going to need to be some changes.

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The Steelers are trying to move past the Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell controversies and a lot of the fuel for those came from the radio shows.

If the show is brought back it would be a logical guess that the Steelers would have a little more control over it, and what things can be said during them.

Maybe the show can go back to the X's and O's of football rather than the inside drama of a Steelers locker room.