Published: Tue, July 18, 2017
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

No deal for Le'Veon Bell

No deal for Le'Veon Bell

But, as expected, Kirk Cousins, Le'Veon Bell and Trumaine Johnson will play out this season under the franchise tag. "We will resume our efforts to address his contract situation following the 2017 season".

Will no deal in place, Bell will play on the franchise tag and become the league's highest paid player at his position next season, making $12.12 million, but with no long-term security in place.

Next year, the Steelers can tag Bell again at around $14 million or re-sign him.

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Bell had the leverage to surpass LeSean McCoy's five-year, $40 million deal with the Buffalo Bills.

Pittsburgh placed the franchise tag on Bell in March and had until Monday afternoon to work out a new deal.

According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com, Bell is recovered from offseason core muscle surgery, and should be ready to participate from the start of camp. Knee injuries kept him out of the playoffs after the 2014 regular season and sidelined for 10 total games in 2015, including two playoff games.

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This doesn't mean that Bell won't finish his career in Pittsburgh, as Steelers owner Art Rooney II and GM Kevin Colbert had stated this winter.

In both cases, Bell surpassed Hall of Famer Franco Harris. The Steelers locker room named Bell their 2016 MVP.

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