Exclusive Ben Rothlesberger goes out and gets drunk day before super bowl

Being  A Die hard Steelers fan I can only say “Ben lay low man

TMZ has obtained FOOTAGE of the Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback hanging out at Pete’s Dueling Piano Bar in Fort Worth Texas … where he sang his face off from 11:00 PM until 1:15 AM the next morning.

Sources inside the bar tell us Big Ben arrived with two massive teammates — and bought several rounds of drinks for himself AND the entire bar.

We’re told Ben racked up an $800 tab — and tipped an additional $200.  People inside the bar tell us Ben was “nice, fun and took care of everyone.”

In the clip, Ben can be seen singing along to the Billy Joel classic “Piano Man” while his teammates joined in on the fun.

So, we gotta ask …

UPDATE: This morning, Ben told reporters about his big night out … saying, “It was a superstition and tradition on Tuesday night. I take the linemen out to dinner. We went out for barbecue and then we wanted to hear some live music. We just had an enjoyable night.”

Ben Roethlisberger Piano Bar

“Big Ben” To Meet With NFL Commissioner Today.

Well Ben Roethlisberger may have gotten out of being charged of a sexual assault crime, but he still has to face NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. Goodell wants to meet with Roethlisberger today about his recent troubles and how to prevent this going forward.

Big Ben Apologizes:

“I’d like to begin by expressing gratitude to the thorough investigation process in Georgia. The prosecutor’s decision not to bring charges, I know without a doubt, is the right conclusion. I don’t intend to discuss any details related to the events of Georgia. I’m happy to put this behind me and move forward.

“I’m truly sorry for the disappointment and negative attention I brought to my family, my teammates, coaches, the Rooneys and the NFL. I understand that the opportunities I have been blessed with are a privilege, and much is expected of me as the quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers. I absolutely want to be the leader this team deserves, valued in the community and a role model to kids. I have much work to do to earn this trust. And I’m committed to improving and showing everyone my true values.

“I am excited to get back to work with my teammates, and I’m more determined than ever to have a great season. I intend to make my family, friends and Steeler nation proud on all fronts. Thank you. God bless.”