Steelers Could Tag Le'Veon Bell At QB Number In 2019


We're closing in on now or never territory for Le'Veon Bell in the 2018 National Football League season. Pittsburgh resident John Maus, who posted a video of Bell on his Snapchat story, said the subject in his video is "110 percent Le'Veon" and his video was shot live.

Bell must sign his franchise tender or sign a one-year deal with the team ahead of the November 13 deadline in order to retain his eligibility for this season.

Bell has made his way back to Pittsburgh, but with this new information coming to light, it might be a short stay.

But despite Bell's tweet, the Steelers still haven't heard from him and their focus remains the same with the players and coaches in the building as they prepare for Thursday's game vs. Carolina, a source told ESPN.

The star running back announced he left Miami earlier this week - a sign many took as his eventual return to Pittsburgh. "It's going back now, to sit down and figure out ... because if it's true, Le'Veon doesn't have to play and he still gets the transition tag, which makes him a free agent, and he gets to go out and negotiate with anyone he wants and the Steelers have the right to match it".

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"Just about everybody has an opinion on my life and anxious about what I'm doing".

If Bell is designated on a third-year franchise tag, it would be worth around $25 million, which would be one of the highest contracts in the NFL.

As mentioned, Bell is now in Pittsburgh and he was spotted playing pickup hoops at an L.A. Fitness in North Pittsburgh on Tuesday night.

If he plays games this year, the Steelers could try to prove Bell's transition tag should be prorated. "But most people don't take the time to just simply read between the lines. and that's clearly on them".