Man fined $300 for impersonating Roethlisberger

PITTSBURGH -- A man accused of pretending to be Pittsburgh Steelers quarterbacks was fined $300.

Brian Jackson of Brentwood pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct charges yesterday.

Authorities say Jackson pretended to be quarterbacks Ben Roethlisberger and Brian St. Pierre to two women so he could date them. Jackson gave one of the women a signed football and signed Roethlisberger's name on a Steelers jersey owned by the woman's neighbor.

A judge accepted Jackson's plea deal to a reduced charge because Jackson completed a psychological evaluation and has stayed away from his accusers.