Bell not expected back with Steelers this week

Report: Steelers still haven't heard from Bell

Steelers Claim They Still Haven't Heard From Le'Veon Bell Despite Rumored Return

Last season, Bell rushed for 1,291 yards and nine touchdowns.

We all thought we were finally going to see Le'Veon Bell return to the Steelers.

We'll keep pinging you with updates as to where Mr. Bell sits on the happiness-with-his-job scale, but Pittsburgh has something in Conner - and will press on if their so-called lead back decides to continue his sojourn away from the field. The Steelers are on their bye this week, the players are off Thursday through Sunday, so now the Bell watch begins for next Monday, Oct. 22.

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"I miss football", Bell said earlier this month.

Despite that statement, as of Sunday, Bell had still not been in touch with team officials or players, sources told Schefter.

Not only did he not report, but he has no plans to report. Bell has talked to no one, and has been seen by no one. That would put him out for almost half the season.

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So Bell could be in for a surprise if/when he shows up, and he may not like what he hears from the Steelers.

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.

Additionally, Bell is costing himself money by not returning during the bye week. "I still do want to go out there and win a Super Bowl with the Steelers". James Conner has played well in his place, establishing himself as a dual-threat weapon.

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