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    导出博客文章Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger could miss four to six weeks
    after having surgery for a torn meniscus in his left knee, sources told ESPN on
    Wednesday.The sources said Roethlisberger and the Steelers were informed of the
    timetable by orthopedic surgeon Dr. James Bradley based on what the doctor saw
    when he performed the arthroscopic procedure Monday.Doc says my knee looked
    good, but there still was some stuff in there from when I had my bone bruise
    last season in St. Louis, Roethlisberger told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on
    Tuesday. He said that might keep me out a little longer than just a simple
    meniscus tear. Maybe an extra week or so. But theres no way to put an exact
    timetable on it. It all depends on my pain and how I feel.Roethlisberger
    originally was told to expect to miss two to three weeks, sources said, but the
    post-surgery prognosis broadened that window. However, as a team source said,
    Roethlisberger has defied odds before when dealing with injuries.The Steelers on
    Tuesday said Roethlisberger would not play Sunday against the New England
    Patriots and were cautiously optimistic that he could return after the bye week
    for a matchup against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 9.Roethlisberger suffered the
    injury in the first half of Sundays game against the Miami Dolphins. He missed
    one series and then returned to play the entire second half, finishing 19-of-34
    for 189 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions.Steelers coach Mike Tomlin
    has declined to put a timetable on Roethlisbergers return, but the quarterback
    told the Post-Gazette he was told to do the first week to 10 days of rehab at
    home.When he is healthy, hell be back with us, Tomlin said Tuesday.Landry Jones
    is taking all snaps with the first-team offense and will start Sunday against
    the Patriots.I have to go in this week to see the guys. Ill call Landry [Jones]
    and check in with him, Roethlisberger told the Post-Gazette. I want to do
    everything I can to help him. I just hope coach lets me be on the sideline
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    freshly taped. He was injured in the third set of Italys 28-26, 20-25, 25-23,
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    preliminary match against Mexico is unclear.Whatever happens, Italy believes in
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    worry.We have to wait the night. It seems swollen. Serious for sure, but we will
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    embrace him.We are a team, Buti said. Injury, when it happens, its important to
    stay together.In London, Italy stunned the top-seeded U.S. in straight sets and
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