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Times-Picayune Aug 13, 2018
Who is the Steelers' most dangerous weapon: Le'Veon Bell or Antonio Brown?

Who is the Steelers' most dangerous weapon: Le'Veon Bell or Antonio Brown?

Bell has been monster at running back, gaining 2,559 rushing yards and 1,271 receiving yards in the last two seasons. Brown has become a superstar with a history impossible, acrobatic catches and the production to match.
Big Easy Mafia Aug 11, 2018

Mark Madden: Lack of Steelers Super Bowl rings in Bell, Brown era is mystifying

This is the last season of the Le'Veon Bell/Antonio Brown era. It feels like the Steelers have accomplished something in the era's five years prior, ...
Big Easy Mafia Aug 7, 2018

Tim Benz: Steelers' Randy Fichtner not thinking ahead on LeVeon Bell's back-ups

If you think the Pittsburgh Steelers are going to take time during the 2018 regular season to evaluate the running backs who might replace Le'Veon ...
DK Pittsburgh Sports Aug 1, 2018

Conner trying to live, play ‘in the moment’

Is James Conner the heir apparent to Le'Veon Bell. That remains to be seen but the intial signs are looking good for the former Pitt star. The post Conner trying to live, play ‘in the moment’ appeared first on DKPittsburghSports.com.

Paul Zeise's mailbag: Will Le'Veon Bell have a big season for the Steelers?

The running back is playing for a contract, so there are high expectations for a good year.
Steelers fans will miss Le'Veon Bell more than they realize

Steelers fans will miss Le'Veon Bell more than they realize

Think the Steelers can easily pick up the pieces after the likely departure of Le'Veon Bell next offseason? Not so fast. Yes, I know — another Le’Veon Bell article (sigh). But what can I say? It’s hard to not talk about a running back who’s averaged 129 all-purpose yards from scrimmage per game during his career. It’s especially hard not to write about Bell, given his current contract situation and the fact that he likely won’t be a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers beyond this season. I get that $15 million a year might be a little too much to pay a running back, but I don’t...
Fox Sports Jul 31, 2018

With Le'Veon Bell away, Steeler running backs get extra work

LATROBE, Pa. (AP) Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner knows what to expect.
DK Pittsburgh Sports Jul 27, 2018

Colbert: Bell could be better if he’s in camp

Steelers GM Kevin Colbert thinks Le'Veon Bell would be better served by being in training camp and Mike Tomlin handles his team well. The post Colbert: Bell could be better if he’s in camp appeared first on DKPittsburghSports.com.

Le'Veon Bell's absence affects Steelers in more ways than one, GM says

Mike Tomlin did not repeat his statement from last year that Le’Veon Bell’s preseason absence will have “consequences,” but Kevin Colbert admitted as much.
DK Pittsburgh Sports Jul 26, 2018

Morning Java: Lolley, Bradford on Steelers training camp

Dale Lolley and Chris Bradford talk about the Steelers' arrival at training camp, avoiding distractions about Le'Veon Bell, Eli Rogers' return to the team, and where the backup quarterbacks stand. The post Morning Java: Lolley, Bradford on Steelers training camp appeared first on DKPittsburghSports.com.
DK Pittsburgh Sports Jul 25, 2018

Teammates hope Bell situation won’t start wave of distractions for Steelers

Despite dealing with a number of distractions in 2017, the Steelers are hopeful this year's Le'Veon Bell holdout doesn't start them down the same path. The post Teammates hope Bell situation won’t start wave of distractions for Steelers appeared first on DKPittsburghSports.com.
Fox Sports Jul 25, 2018
Skip Bayless details why Todd Gurley is more valuable than Le’Veon Bell

Skip Bayless details why Todd Gurley is more valuable than Le’Veon Bell

In his conversation regarding Todd Gurley signing a record 4-year, 60M deal with the Los Angeles Rams, Skip Bayless details why Gurley deserves this contract and is more valuable to his franchise than Le'Veon Bell is to the Steelers.
The Denver Post Jul 24, 2018
Top five picks for fantasy football drafts are obvious. But who’s No. 6?

Top five picks for fantasy football drafts are obvious. But who’s No. 6?

Many fantasy players who are only now starting to think about drafts and rankings are realizing what die-hards have seen for months: There is a "big four" of running backs -- Todd Gurley, Le'Veon Bell, Ezekiel Elliott and David Johnson -- who have been going, in some order, at the top of nearly every draft. In PPR formats, that quartet is usually joined by Antonio Brown, the Steelers wide receiver who is about as money-in-the-bank a pick as possible.

Paul Zeise: If Le'Veon Bell misses training camp, so what?

The Steelers don’t need Bell to be in peak form early. What they do need is to figure out James Conner and Jaylen Samuels, Paul Zeise says.

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