Ben Roethlisberger wouldn't discuss his future after the Pittsburgh Steelers' big win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

According to a report, the quarterback is quietly telling former teammates and people within the organization that he expects this to be his final season with the Steelers.

"I haven't told everybody that, no," Roethlisberger said. "Honestly, we just got done with this game, I'm exhausted. We play in a couple hours, it feels like. That's my focus. My focus is on Minnesota and what we have to do to get ready.

"I'll address any of that stuff after the season. I've always been a one-game-at-a-time, one-season-at-a-time person. I'm going to stay that way."

Mike Tomlin said he wasn't concerned about a Roethlisberger farewell tour distracting the Steelers' locker room through the final five regular season games.

"There's nothing to manage," Tomlin said. "Ben doesn't allow it to become an issue. Ben has been pretty solid in terms of his expressions that he's singularly focused on what it is that we're doing now.

"He'll deal with those things on the other side of this journey, and I'm with him on it."