Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League (NFL) will also return next season.
Club President Rooney II announced in a statement on Wednesday that they have reached an agreement with the 38-year-old manager that the player will remain in the team and hope to win another league championship.
Roethlisberger became a Steelers player in 2004, led the team to a Super Bowl success in 2006, and once again topped the band’s list in 2009. He missed the 2019 season almost entirely due to serious injuries, and his performance was poor compared to this season.
Although the Steelers started the 2020 season with 11 victories, their performance declined at the end of the regular season and then bid farewell to Cleveland Browns in the first round of the playoffs.