|Sep. 24, 2017 4:47 PM PT5:47 PM MT6:47 PM CT7:47 PM ET23:47 GMT7:47 4:47 PM MST6:47 PM EST6:47 PM CT3:47 UAE (+1)19:47 ETNaN:� - Le'Veon Bell ran for 61 yards and one touchdown on 15 carries Sunday in the Pittsburgh Steelers' 23-17 loss to the Chicago Bears. He added six receptions for 37 yards.
Analysis: Bell, who continues to work his way back after missing the preseason, has run for 148 yards and a touchdown on 42 attempts over the past two games.
|Sep. 17, 2017 1:21 PM PT2:21 PM MT3:21 PM CT4:21 PM ET20:21 GMT4:21 1:21 PM MST3:21 PM EST3:21 PM CT0:21 UAE (+1)16:21 ETNaN:� - Le'Veon Bell ran for 87 yards on 27 carries Sunday in the Pittsburgh Steelers' 26-9 win over the Minnesota Vikings. He added four receptions for four yards.
Analysis: Bell looked more explosive as a runner Sunday, but he didn't get much going in the passing game. The Steelers need their star back to get up to speed quickly.
|Sep. 10, 2017 1:25 PM PT2:25 PM MT3:25 PM CT4:25 PM ET20:25 GMT4:25 1:25 PM MST3:25 PM EST3:25 PM CT0:25 UAE (+1)16:25 ETNaN:� - Le'Veon Bell ran for 32 yards on 10 carries Sunday in the Pittsburgh Steelers' 21-18 win over the Cleveland Browns. He added three receptions for 15 yards.
Analysis: Bell's 47 yards from scrimmage were the fewest of his career. Perhaps that contract holdout did prohibit him from showing up ready to roll.
|Sep. 1, 2017 8:35 AM PT9:35 AM MT10:35 AM CT11:35 AM ET15:35 GMT23:35 8:35 AM MST10:35 AM EST10:35 AM CT19:35 UAE11:35 ETNaN:� - Bell ended his holdout Friday, reporting to the Pittsburgh Steelers' facility just before noon ET.
Analysis: Bell skipped training camp and all four preseason games in a contract dispute sparked when the two sides failed on an 11th-hour attempt for a long-term contract agreement July 15. That deadline-date offer was a five-year deal and reportedly would have paid Bell more than any running back in the NFL, including guaranteed him at least $37 million in the first three years of the deal. Under the terms of the NFL's franchise tag structure, Bell will be paid $12.120 million.
|July 17, 2017 12:49 PM PT1:49 PM MT2:49 PM CT3:49 PM ET19:49 GMT3:49 12:49 PM MST2:49 PM EST2:49 PM CT23:49 UAE15:49 ETNaN:� - Bell will play the 2017 season on a $12.1 million franchise tender after he and the Steelers could not come to an agreement on a long-term contract prior to Monday's deadline.
Analysis: Bell is unquestionably one of the league's best all-purpose backs, though the fact that he's missed 14 games over the past two seasons due to injuries or suspensions likely made the Steelers hesitant to agree to a multi-year commitment. The 25-year-old is coming off an excellent 2016 campaign in which he led the NFL in scrimmage yards per game (157.0) and scored nine touchdowns in 12 games.
|Feb. 27, 2017 12:27 PM PT1:27 PM MT2:27 PM CT3:27 PM ET20:27 GMT4:27 1:27 PM MST3:27 PM EST2:27 PM CT0:27 UAE (+1)15:27 ETNaN:� - The Steelers have placed the exclusive franchise tag on Bell, meaning no other team can sign him.
Analysis: Under the franchise tag, he will receive a straight salary that is projected to be just over $12 million. That salary becomes guaranteed once Bell signs the contract, but the two sides still have until July 15 to come to terms on a multi-year deal.
|Feb. 22, 2017 12:33 PM PT1:33 PM MT2:33 PM CT3:33 PM ET20:33 GMT4:33 1:33 PM MST3:33 PM EST2:33 PM CT0:33 UAE (+1)15:33 ETNaN:� - Bell, who was forced out of the AFC championship game because of a groin injury, is not expected to need surgery, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported Wednesday.
Analysis: Bell rushed just six times for 20 yards during the Steelers' 36-17 loss in the AFC title game to the Patriots. After the game, Bell admitted to reporters that he managed the groin injury for "a couple weeks" and aggravated it against the Patriots.
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