Ben Roethlisberger Next Job Odds

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Ben Roethlisberger likely played his last game at Heinz Field last night, and with the Steelers having less than a 5 percent chance of making the playoffs, the two-time Super Bowl champion's career will almost certainly come to an end on Sunday.

So, what's next on the career path of "Big Ben," a surefire future Pro Football Hall of Fame inductee, who is expected to retire at season's end.

SportsBetting.ag set odds on Roethlisberger's next gig, and it's a position taken by many retired players.

Ben Roethlisberger Job in 2022

TV Football Analyst -150        

Podcast Host +300     

Reality TV Contestant +400   

Un-retires to Play in NFL +750           

NFL Coach +1200       

College Coach +1600

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