Pittsburgh will head into its bye week without Bell, a star player now not under contract after refusing to sign his $14.54 million franchise tender with the club.
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Le'Veon Bell is expected to finally report to the Pittsburgh Steelers sometime during their Week 7 bye and be ready to suit up for their October 28 clash against the Cleveland Browns. 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.
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Le'Veon Bell is reportedly getting set to make his return to the Pittsburgh Steelers, as reports suggest he's playing in Week 8 against the Cleveland Browns.
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He retired the first two batters he faced, but Springer kept Houston's hopes alive with a two-out double. That threat didn't last very long, as Bregman flied out on Kimbrel's second offering to end the game.
Bell is a three-time Pro Bowler. No one within the Steelers organization knows exactly when Bell will report this upcoming week, which was previously reported by ESPN's Jeremy Fowler. The Steelers were still listening to trade offers for the 26-year-old tailback at the time. He also caught four passes for 18 yards to finish with 129 yards from scrimmage. Bell was negotiating for a long-term contract worth much more money, but talks fell apart and the talented running back has not reported to practice all season.