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08 November 2018, 07:17 | Charlene Valdez
What Should Steelers Do With Le'Veon Bell If He Returns
The NFL's collective bargaining agreement is a complicated animal, and apparently even Le'Veon Bell is still learning the ins and outs of it.
The estranged Steelers running back was spotted playing pickup basketball at an L.A Fitness in Pittsburgh Tuesday night, ESPN reports. Pittsburgh resident John Maus, who posted a video of Bell on his Snapchat story, said the subject in his video is "110 percent Le'Veon" and his video was shot live.
But Bell might not receive the warmest welcome if he chooses to reunite with his team this month.
Per NFL rules, Bell must report to the Steelers by Tuesday or forfeit the whole season, as well as be subject to another franchise tag in 2019.
That number is high enough that the team would likely either release Bell into free agency or place the transition tag on him.
According to Kaboly's source, a franchise tag for Bell this offseason would be considered the third whether the running back reports by the November 13 deadline or not.
"Just about everybody has an opinion on my life & anxious about what i'm doing, " Bell wrote with a 180-degree twist that was perhaps partially explained when he added, "don't judge me off my decisions because maybe this isn't what you'd do... but most people don't take the time to just simply read between the lines..."
It appears that speculation has been confirmed as Bell approaches a deadline to join the Steelers this year. Don't judge me off my decision because maybe this isn't what you'd do.
The Steelers running back broke his silence Wednesday on Twitter, posting a pair of upside-down tweets as he aired his grievances amid his contract holdout. & that's clearly on them.
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