Published: Tue, October 16, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Le'Veon Bell not expected to report to Pittsburgh Steelers this week

Le'Veon Bell not expected to report to Pittsburgh Steelers this week

Steelers veteran quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said this past week that Conner has earned a prominent role in Pittsburgh's offense, even after Bell returns. Fowler sort of walked back that report on Monday, extending his prediction to next week.

Now, it seems that Bell won't be back in Pittsburgh until after the bye.

Bell did not report to the team's facility on Monday. But that now appears unlikely to happen, according to a new report from ESPN. They previously reported that Bell was rumored to return around the Steelers' bye in week 7.

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This runs counter to ESPN's Jeremy Fowler report last week that Bell would show up.

The Le'Veon Bell saga has taken yet another turn. That would put him out for almost half the season.

Bottom line: Bell is looking out for himself. By rule, the Steelers and Bell must agree in writing as to the amount of Bell's compensation before he signs the tender.

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Despite Bell's absence, the Steelers' offense now ranks fifth in total yards per game (417.7), a season after ranking third (387.7). "I still do want to go out there and win a Super Bowl with the Steelers".

If and when Bell does return, he might not see too many snaps right away.

The Steelers also could elect to trade Bell by the National Football League deadline, which is October 30.

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