The Steelers have reaffirmed their decision countless times, claiming that one man does not make a team.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have yet to progress on trade talks involving Le'Veon Bell to a serious stage.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reported Sunday that the list includes the defending National Football League champion Philadelphia Eagles, the New York Jets and San Francisco 49ers - and also that the Steelers would "be open" to swapping disgruntled players with the Seattle Seahawks.
The 49ers reportedly did just that, making what CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora termed "an exploratory call" to the Steelers on the disgruntled running back.
Comprobar el resultado del jueves 27 de septiembre — Primitiva
Los números premiados en el sorteo de hoy sábado 29 de septiembre de 2018 en la Lotería Primitiva son 07-08-22-34-39-45. Una misma apuesta no puede ganar más de un premio, pero sí diferentes apuestas en el mismo boleto.
More than likely, no team will be willing to give up the kind of asking price that Pittsburgh would want. It's clear Bell won't report to the team without a lucrative contract, and if he's traded, his new team can't even negotiate with him until after the season.
Bell has seemingly remained in the Miami area while refusing to sign his franchise tag, with no contact with Steelers officials.
No trade could be complete until Bell signs his franchise tag.
Turns out, trading Le'Veon Bell isn't as easy as one might think it would be. If Bell were to sign that tag in the coming weeks, the Steelers could receive a roster exemption for several weeks to allow him to get into shape. If a team decides to offer an aggressive deal, the Steelers may have to consider pulling the trigger and moving on from the Bell drama.