Steelers running back Ben Roentgen and his wife Ashley are worried about the safety of a carpenter working on their home, according to the Steelers.
The Roentgens are concerned about safety because their home is covered with carpets and they’re working with a carpet cleaner.
The cleaner has been working at their house for a couple of weeks, according the Steelers, and he has been putting the carpets in place on a daily basis.
He told the team on Thursday that he’s not worried about getting hurt.
Steelers RB Ben Roeder said his wife, Ashley, has a concern about the carpentry of their home.
“It’s a very large room, and I think it’s very dangerous for her,” Roeder told ESPN.
“She’s worried about me.
She’s worried because she knows what she’s doing, but she’s also concerned about the carpet.”
Roeder also told the Steelers that he thinks the carpet is working perfectly.
“I’ve been putting it in place every day and I’m not worried at all,” Roentger said.
“They’re putting the carpet where it needs to be, but they’ve put the carpet right there.
And I’m fine with that.
It’s been a great couple of months.”
The Steelers and Roentgiards are not the only team with concerns about the cleaner.
On Friday, the Pittsburgh Steelers announced that the team was looking into an incident where an employee at their facility used a hose to pour a bucket of water over the carpet.
The employee told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that she was on the carpet cleaning a piece of furniture, but the carpet didn’t appear to be in the correct place when she poured the bucket of liquid over it.
The worker was later suspended and fired.