Pittsburgh Steelers Beat Writer Offers Major Le’Veon Bell Update


Bell, who will have to sign his franchise tag by November 13 in order to accrue an National Football League season, hinted that he could soon rejoin the Steelers when he bid farewell to Miami in cryptic tweet on Monday.

Now we'll be patiently waiting for Le'Veon's next tweet to see where he's going next.

NFL Media reported the Steelers are aware Bell is in town but he has yet to reach out to the team.

"The new information to Bell's camp has them weighing their options as the deadline approaches", according to The Athletic.

The two-time All-Pro running back is in the middle of a contract dispute with the team.

But despite Bell's tweet, the Steelers still haven't heard from him and their focus remains the same with the players and coaches in the building as they prepare for Thursday's game vs. Carolina, a source told ESPN.

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"Just about everybody has an opinion on my life & anxious about what I'm doing", Bell wrote. Footage of Bell's run at L.A. Fitness surfaced shortly after he took the court, but he still hasn't made an appearance at the Steelers' practice facility.

Bell is presumably referring to the people who believe that his decision to sit out more than half the season was a terrible idea.

What that would mean is that in order to tag him next year as a franchise player, the Steelers would have to commit to paying Bell $25 million in guaranteed money.

That will definitely make Steelers fans feel for their star running back who hasn't played a game this year. Don't judge me off my decision because maybe this isn't what you'd do.

On Wednesday night, Bell posted two messages on his Twitter account in upside-down text, saying in part that he's "not apologizing" for his holdout.