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Mr. Le'Veon Bell

Steelers Quarterback, Running Back

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Employment History

AFC

Big Ten

Steelers Gab

Running Back

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Team Leader

Michigan State University

Groveport Madison

Education

Groveport Madison High School

MSU

Michigan State University

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16 Oct 2013Professor Bell gives himself a 'D'NOT MAKING THE GRADE: Running back Le'Veon Bell gave himself a passing grade for his 16-carry, 34-yard effort on the gro...

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Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger hands off to running back Le'Veon Bell during the fourth quarter against the Jets on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2013, at MetLife Stadium.


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Steelers' running back Le'Veon Bell had 182 yards of total offense, including 118 on the ground.


Le’Veon Bell Archives » Steelers Gab

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It's hard to think where the black and gold would be in 2016 without the services of running back Le'Veon Bell. He's been the driving force behind the teams' six-game winning streak and AFC North title, and today was given the honor of being named the teams' MVP by his teammates.

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The bigger news about Bell has to do with him hitting free agency come March, as he's in the final year of his deal, and is free as a bird to go to any team this offseason if the Steelers don't get a deal done with him before that.
The good news is that there's no question that Bell wants to be back with the Steelers moving forward, but it's going to take two to tango and get a deal done.
"Obviously, I want to be a Pittsburgh Steeler so obviously we're going to try to do everything it takes to make that happen," Bell said.
How much can the Steelers afford to pay Bell after they have already shelled out quite a bit of money to players like Antonio Brown (who also is set to get more money this offseason), Ben Roethlisberger and Cam Heyward.
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One solution for the Steelers which won't be a popular one for Bell is to slap him with the franchise tag, which would pay him about $12 million next season.
That decision won't sit well with Bell, but again, he seems to want to get something done long term to stay with the Steelers. If he's not with the Steelers next season he'll be very tough to replace.
Bell ranks second in the NFL in rushing yards (1,268 yards). The running back leads the NFL with 157.0 scrimmage yards per game. Here's hoping the two sides can find a way to make this happen to avoid any hard feelings this offseason and that Bell is a happy camper in Pittsburgh for a long time to come.
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That's when Roethlisberger and the offense finally picked it up, with Le'Veon Bell being the feature of the offense, going for 122 yards and a 7-yard touchdown that started the rally that got the Steelers back in the game at 20-17.
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After a three-and-out, the Steelers again got their offense going, this time with Ben hitting big plays to set up a six-play, 90-yard drive in less than three minutes which ended with Bell grabbing a seven-yard TD pass from Roethlisberger to make it 24-20.
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Bell after a slow start still ran for 93 yards on 23 carries, and had five grabs for 38 yards.
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1. Get Bell The Ball All Day
Le'Veon Bell hasn't done much against the Bengals as of late - why you ask? Because due to either injury or suspension he's missed all or part of each of the last five games against Cincinnati. The last time he took the field against the Bengals in Cincy he dominated, putting up three scores and 253 total yards. He has been amazing the last few weeks, going for 823 yards and five scores the last four weeks, and setting a Steelers single-game record for yards in a game a week ago. Look for Ben and company to get Bell the ball all day, and for him again to have a big day against a Bengals D that can be had.
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Look for Bell to have a major impact again, for the defense to do enough to harass Dalton and stop the run game, and for the Steelers to head home 9-5 ready for two home games to end the regular season.
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Bell also said that before he had a historical day on Sunday, rushing for a Steelers single game record as the team won their 4th straight over the Bills 27-20.
In his post game interview on the field for CBS, he spoke about his outing, but then in the end, without being provoked, uttered these words as he walked away - 'Go Steelers.'
It appears that no matter how the season ends for the Steelers, Bell wants to stay with the black and gold, and while it's going to be complicated on all accounts, the Steelers now had better look long and hard at keeping their best offensive player this season.
Even missing three games, Bell has put up an average of 105.3 yards per game rushing, has caught another 56.3 yards per game in the air, and has scored seven times.
He's being talked about like he could sneak into the MVP chatter, and with every Steelers win he has a big part in, there's no doubt his price tag is rising.
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So looking at the top four deals in the NFL, Bell is putting up bigger and better numbers than them all, meaning the Steelers could have a major dilemma at the end of the season.
Bell's already been suspended twice, and no matter how this season ends, he will only have played 16 games once, that being his second year when he put up 1361 yards and eight scores.
In the end, there's one big thing the Steelers have going for them when they sit down at the bargaining table with Bell's reps in 2017 - he wants from all indications to be in Pittsburgh and remain a Steeler.
"Obviously, I want to be a Steeler for my whole life. My family grew up Pittsburgh Steelers fans, and it's crazy I even got drafted there. So I want to be with them and hopefully we'll reach an agreement. But that will take place once that time comes," Bell said back in July.


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It's hard to think where the black and gold would be in 2016 without the services of running back Le'Veon Bell. He's been the driving force behind the teams' six-game winning streak and AFC North title, and today was given the honor of being named the teams' MVP by his teammates.

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The bigger news about Bell has to do with him hitting free agency come March, as he's in the final year of his deal, and is free as a bird to go to any team this offseason if the Steelers don't get a deal done with him before that.
The good news is that there's no question that Bell wants to be back with the Steelers moving forward, but it's going to take two to tango and get a deal done.
"Obviously, I want to be a Pittsburgh Steeler so obviously we're going to try to do everything it takes to make that happen," Bell said.
How much can the Steelers afford to pay Bell after they have already shelled out quite a bit of money to players like Antonio Brown (who also is set to get more money this offseason), Ben Roethlisberger and Cam Heyward.
...
One solution for the Steelers which won't be a popular one for Bell is to slap him with the franchise tag, which would pay him about $12 million next season.
That decision won't sit well with Bell, but again, he seems to want to get something done long term to stay with the Steelers. If he's not with the Steelers next season he'll be very tough to replace.
Bell ranks second in the NFL in rushing yards (1,268 yards). The running back leads the NFL with 157.0 scrimmage yards per game. Here's hoping the two sides can find a way to make this happen to avoid any hard feelings this offseason and that Bell is a happy camper in Pittsburgh for a long time to come.
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Tomlin said that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, running back Le'Veon Bell, receiver Antonio Brown and center Maurkice Pouncey "will get that consideration" as players who will be "preserved as we look into the playoff round."
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That's when Roethlisberger and the offense finally picked it up, with Le'Veon Bell being the feature of the offense, going for 122 yards and a 7-yard touchdown that started the rally that got the Steelers back in the game at 20-17.
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After a three-and-out, the Steelers again got their offense going, this time with Ben hitting big plays to set up a six-play, 90-yard drive in less than three minutes which ended with Bell grabbing a seven-yard TD pass from Roethlisberger to make it 24-20.


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Bell missed Baltimore's win in the wild-card round later that season with a knee injury.

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"I never turn down a go route," said Bell, who is second on the team with 72 receptions. "If they give me a go route, I'm going to try and run a go route every time they ask me."
It might be worth a shot.
While the Steelers (9-5) have ripped off five straight wins thanks in large part to an offense that's become increasingly dependent on Bell's constantly churning legs, Green's emergence as a deep threat to complement Brown has certainly helped.
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Yet Pittsburgh has righted itself behind the legs of running back Le'Veon Bell and a defense that is growing up on the job.

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