The drama between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Le'veon Bell continues.
But even though Bell is in the Steel City, that doesn't mean he'll return to the Steelers. Under the terms of the collective bargaining agreement, Bell must report to the Steelers by 4 p.m. ET next Tuesday or he will be ineligible for the remainder of the season, a source confirmed to ESPN. Bell posted a tweet upside down - yes, upside down - to speak out on the situation.
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He played under a franchise tag in 2017, earning $12.12 million after turning down a five-year, $13.3-million-per offer. That gives Bell the ability to negotiate with other teams and the Steelers the right to match, which would essentially be the same as him hitting the free agent market.
Pro Football Talk has been reporting that the Steelers could franchise tag Bell again this offseason for the second time if he doesn't report by November 13 at the same salary number of around $14.5 million, as the 2018 franchise tag would not count as one of the three the team can use on Bell.
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Le'Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks on against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the first half of the AFC Divisional Playoff game at Heinz Field on January 14, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The Steelers running back broke his silence Wednesday on Twitter, posting a pair of upside-down tweets as he aired his grievances amid his contract holdout. Don't judge me off my decisions because maybe this isn't what you'd do but most people don't take the time to just simply read between the lines & that's clearly on them.
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With the new information, Bell is reportedly considering whether or not to show up at all.