After showing Roethlisberger throwing to wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster and running back James Conner, the video cut to the freshly shorn quarterback in a barber's chair, getting his beard trimmed.
When asked if Ben's visit will spark an investigation into the barbershop.
This ruffled plenty of feathers with the existing stay-at-home order and it made its way all the way up to Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf who voiced concern over if Roethlisberger and Norman violated the order.More news: Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi reports 13.6% rise in first-quarter revenue
Allegheny County, along with many other Pennslyvania counties, is in the "yellow" phase of reopening, which does not include hair salons and barbershops. It was due to the elbow injury that Roethlisberger has to suffer only after playing two games in the previous season. In the video, you can see Ben Roethlisberger's promise to not shave his beard, then him throwing the ball again, and then getting a trim to his mountain beard. "And when you go to something like a barbershop and you're not protected, I don't care who you are".
In this case, though, I don't think he was asking for it. At the time, the veteran quarterback said he wouldn't cut his hair or trim his beard again until he could throw "a legit National Football League pass". "I certainly don't want to try my luck myself".
Here's the problem. The barbershop Roethlisberger patronized is reportedly in Sewickley, Pa.More news: Renewable energy will show "resilience" to coronavirus pandemic
Allegheny County is now in the "yellow" phase, which means it can start the limited reopenings of businesses.
But in Allegheny County, barber shops have not been given the green light to reopen due to safety concerns over the coronavirus.
"We all have to look within ourselves to celebrate and be thankful for the existence of family, community and personal friends to lend a hand in each of our lives right now rather than telling stories that divide us, "said the statement".More news: Samsung Galaxy Note 20 renders suggest new S-Pen placement