LATROBE, Pa. -- Although it's probably not wise to go overboard on the first day of training camp, it was noteworthy that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger worked with the first-team offense Saturday morning.
Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin cautioned that he will not be locked in with a set rotation, so expect things to change at any moment. But despite a conditional six-game suspension for Roethlisberger, he worked with the starters to open camp while backups Byron Leftwich and Dennis Dixon worked on the second and third teams, respectively.
"We're going to switch it everyday," Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians said. "But to start the first day, we put our guys out there like we ended up in the spring."
We will have more reports from Steelers training camp throughout the day.