Incumbent backup quarterback Landry Jones has missed time during camp with an abdominal injury, which has given Dobbs the opportunity to audition to be Roethlisberger's backup.
"I didn't see it", Colts coach Chuck Pagano said of the injury to Kelly.
It might be the most simple thing one quarterback can tell another.
While that gives the current Green Bay Packers quarterback plenty of time on the field, a certain long-time inhabitant of Lambeau Field has a question for Rodgers.
"I hope he stays here more than one year, but we have to be prepared", Colber said, via the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Bell has yet to show up to training camp after he was unable to come to an agreement with Pittsburgh on a long-term contract. The situation won't change on our part on a long-term deal.
"So it hurts him not to be here", the GM said. "It hurts him because he's not working with his teammates, he's not getting the conditioning work that he's going to need to have a great 2017 season".
Bell turned down the deal and will play on the franchise tender - as soon as he signs it.
Dobbs continued to get work with the first-team offense Wednesday when Roethlisberger sat out the final half of practice.
On defense, first-round draft pick T.J. Watt could start at right outside linebacker.
Harrison's summer of fun hasn't stopped there, likely as a way to help cure boredom as the 39-year old veteran isn't among the Steelers requiring a heavy dose of practice reps this summer. Injuries are also mounting in the secondary, foiling, at least briefly, the team's plans to fully install a more man-coverage-centric approach to stopping the pass. Receiver Martavis Bryant remains in a holding pattern, while waiting for April's conditional reinstatement to become a full clearance to practice with his team.
If Pittsburgh can keep their main offensive weapons on the field, their ability to challenge New England and maintain their spot atop the AFC North will depend on their defense.
The Giants boasted a top-10 defence last season that was second in the National Football League in points allowed (17.6) and tied for fourth in interceptions (17).
Pittsburgh visits the Cleveland Browns on September 10 to begin the regular season.