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Le'Veon Bell

Running Back

Pittsburgh Steelers

HQ Phone:  (412) 432-7800

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Pittsburgh Steelers

3400 S. Water Street

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,15203

United States

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Running Back

Michigan State University


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Steelers Quarterback, Running Back

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Pittsburgh Steelers: Todd Haley

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Center Maurkice Pouncey and running back Le'Veon Bell each suffered season-ending injuries, and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger did not start five games due to injury.
Center Maurkice Pouncey and running back Le'Veon Bell each suffered season-ending injuries, and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger did not start five games due to injury. Center Maurkice Pouncey and running back Le'Veon Bell each suffered season-ending injuries, and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger did not start five games due to injury. Center Maurkice Pouncey and running back Le'Veon Bell each suffered season-ending injuries, and quarterback Ben Roethlisberger did not start five games due to injury. Bell set the single-season team record for yards from scrimmage (2,215), receptions by a running back (83), receiving yards for a running back (854) and total first downs (114).


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Le'Veon Bell, Running Back, Pittsburgh Steelers
Although the Pittsburgh Steelers are expected to use the franchise tag on Bell, the electrifying running back would undoubtedly be the biggest name to hit the free agency market this offseason. Past suspensions and injuries aside, when healthy and active, Bell adds a dimension to the Steelers offense that is a rarity across the landscape in today's NFL. With the franchise tag, Bell will be subject to either a long-term extension once again in 2018, or face testing the free agency market.


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Le'Veon Bell, running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers and previously of Michigan State, has admitted what he did was wrong...


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Steelers' running back Le'veon Bell deserves mention after a knee injury limited him to six games last year.


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Since missing most of the Pittsburgh Steelers' AFC Championship Game loss to the New England Patriots, running back Le'Veon Bell has talked about a groin injury that was never disclosed on an official injury report.
Unfortunately, it wasn't meant to be as an injury derailed his historic postseason. The Steelers running back underwent successful surgery on his groin Monday, and said he is already feeling better. Bell delayed the procedure, and Rapoport indicated last month it was unlikely he needed surgery. With the 2017 season approaching, the Steelers star took his first step towards getting healthy for the upcoming season. The timeline for Bell's recovery shouldn't impact his participation in offseason workouts. After the game, Bell admitted to reporters that he managed the groin injury for "a couple weeks" and aggravated it against the Patriots. The NFL launched an investigation into why Pittsburgh omitted Bell's injury from report, which remains open. On Saturday, a young Steelers fan named Ava Tarantino sent a message to Bell on Twitter suggesting that he come to her dance if the social media request garnered 500 retweets. The Steelers placed the exclusive franchise tag on Bell before the March 1 deadline, which is worth over $12 million this year, as talks are ongoing regarding a long-term deal.


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