Roethlisberger hurt his elbow in a 28-26 loss to the Seahawks in Week 2. A week earlier, he was seen shaking his throwing arm at various points during the first half of the team’s home opener and even left for the locker room before returning to the sideline to play through the injury.In April, the six-time Pro Bowler signed a two-year contract extension with the Steelers through the 2021 season. He will turn 38 on March 2.Since being drafted by the Steelers in 2004, Roethlisberger has played in 218 games and completed 4,651 passes for 56,545 yards and 363 touchdowns. “All signs are good at this point, and where that goes, we’re hopeful he can make a complete recovery,” Colbert said. “As of right now, he’s on schedule for that. Where it goes from here remains to be seen.”He had an injury to his right arm, but other than that, he’s relatively healthy. We’re not minimizing the right arm injury to a right-arm quarterback, but we don’t think he’s at the end of the road.” beard pic.twitter.com/dmbGKK9Ek6— Pittsburgh Steelers (@steelers) February 14, 2020Colbert added: “Optimistically, [Roethlisberger] is on schedule to return and we hope to return to maybe even a better Ben Roethlisberger than he was previous to the injury.”In the meantime, we understand who our backups are. We’re comfortable with who those backups are. I thought they did a great, representable job in 2019 under the circumstances.” Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert does not believe Ben Roethlisberger is “at the end of the road” amid doubts about the quarterback following an elbow injury.Roethlisberger underwent surgery on his right (throwing) elbow in September and was expected to make a full recovery and return for the 2020 NFL season. There has been speculation that he could retire, but Colbert said the 17th-year pro is on track in his rehab.