NFL Insider Adam Schefter Drops Major New Update On Le'Veon Bell

NFL Insider Adam Schefter Drops Major New Update On Le'Veon Bell

Although Le'Veon Bell has been planning to report to the Steelers in time to be ready for their October 28 game against the Browns, Pittsburgh team officials and players have not heard anything from the star running back, sources told ESPN.

Multiple reports say the Steelers aren't expecting him back until next Monday, at the earliest.

"I miss football", Bell told Fowler then.

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Again, the expectation is that Bell will report to the team sometime between this Monday and Monday, Oct. 22, but no one in the organization has any idea when he'll actually return, according to Schefter. And here's the most important-and once-improbable-question of all: If Bell returns, will he actually get his job back? Which could, in theory, result in Bell not signing the tender. It is well-known the 26-year-old star wants a lucrative contract in free agency this off-season, and the Steelers seem unlikely to give it to him.

Despite that statement, as of Sunday, Bell had still not been in touch with team officials or players, sources told Schefter. For the second straight week and for the third time this season, Conner rushed for over 100 yards (111 on 19 carries for a 5.8 average), and he scored two rushing touchdowns in the first half.

If you're breathlessly hoping for Le'Veon Bell to magically appear in a Steelers uniform - keep waiting.

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