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


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. With the exception of Todd Gurley, Bell is the most dynamic running back in the NFL. CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora also reported Sunday the Steelers still are considering trading the 26-year-old running back if he signs his $14.5 million franchise tag before the October 30 trade deadline.

While controversy certainly isn't foreign to this Steelers team, the ongoing subplot of Le'Veon Bell's holdout is out of the ordinary even by Pittsburgh's standards and things took another turn on Monday. No one is completely aware of his plans, per Schefter.

Bell has apparently been keeping the Steelers in the dark.

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If Bell were to report next week, he would return in time for Pittsburgh's (3-2-1, third in AFC North) home contest against Browns on Sunday, Oct. 28.

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.

Bell told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler earlier this month that he meant to report to the Steelers during the Week 7-8 timeframe.