Published: Tue, October 16, 2018
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Steelers Still Haven't Heard From Le'Veon Bell

Steelers Still Haven't Heard From Le'Veon Bell

But that now appears unlikely to happen, according to a new report from ESPN.

If Le'Veon Bell's goal is to make life as hard as possible for the Pittsburgh Steelers, he's certainly succeeding. The Steeler have been sorely missing him, as they started out the season tieing within their division with the Cleveland Browns, and now sit in third place in their division. However, with the Steelers observing their bye week, players will be off Thursday through Sunday, and Bell will not rejoin them prior to the break.

Further complicating matters is that Pittsburgh has a bye in Week 7, which means Bell may not be in any rush to come back.

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Earlier in the month, it was originally reported that Bell meant to return to the team during its Week 7 bye.

The Pittsburgh Steelers still haven't heard from Le'Veon Bell despite his plan to report in time to be ready for their October 28 game against the Baltimore Ravens. Bell was scheduled to make roughly $14.5 million this year after being franchise-tagged by the Steelers this offseason.

Not only did he not report, but he has no plans to report. Bell has talked to no one, and has been seen by no one.

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