"Ben Rogers" is a former Australian professional rugby league footballer who played for the Newcastle Knights, St. George Illawarra Dragons, South Sydney Rabbitohs and Penrith Panthers in the National Rugby League (NRL) premiership. He primarily played at five eighth and lock forward. He made his first grade debut for the Penrith Panthers/Panthers against St. George Illawarra Dragons/St. George Illawarra in 2004.

On 18 August 2008 it was announced that Rogers had joined the Newcastle Knights on a two-year contract from 2009. He was suspended for 3 games in round 25 of the 2009 season for punching Daniel Vidot in a controversial ruling. Rogers diclocated his elbow in Round 1, 2011 of the NSW Cup while playing for the Central Coast Centurions.

In August 2011, Rogers was forced to retire from rugby league after he didn't recover well from a shoulder surgery.

On 1 September 2013 Rogers was involved in an incident at Wests Leagues club of Lambton Newcastle after attending Down Town Ball, a charity function in support of Down Syndrome NSW for which Mr Rogers is the Hunter Region ambassador, the incident involved two men and a female at a taxi rank where an alleged verbal stoush resulted in Rogers assaulting two men.

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