Le'Veon Bell Not Expected to Return to the Steelers This Week

Le'Veon Bell Not Expected to Return to the Steelers This Week

Le'Veon Bell Not Expected to Return to the Steelers This Week

The Pittsburgh Steelers still haven't heard from Le'Veon Bell despite his plan to report in time to be ready for their October 28 game against the Baltimore Ravens.

CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reported over the weekend the Steelers haven't heard from Bell, and that there is some belief he may wait until after the trade deadline on Tuesday, Oct. 30 to report.

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This should quickly become an intriguing situation in the backfield as Bell will be aiming to recapture his starting job or it could possibly further complicate the entire matter in a couple of weeks.

Multiple reports say the Steelers aren't expecting him back until next Monday, at the earliest.

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Bell, who previously claimed he would return during the Steelers bye week, which they are on right now, did not report to the Steelers on Monday after Pittsburgh toppled the Bengals in a massive divisional victory.

Additionally, Bell is costing himself money by not returning during the bye week. That would put him out for almost half the season. According to ESPN's Field Yates, he is losing out on over $800,000. By rule, the Steelers and Bell must agree in writing as to the amount of Bell's compensation before he signs the tender. It is well-known the 26-year-old star wants a lucrative contract in free agency this off-season, and the Steelers seem unlikely to give it to him.

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The Steelers also could elect to trade Bell by the National Football League deadline, which is October 30.

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