ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Saturday night the star running back is "unlikely" to report to Pittsburgh by Tuesday's deadline, in turn making him ineligible for the remainder of the season.
That's right, Le'Veon Bell is now expected to sit out of the entire season, as he refuses to report to the Steelers or sign his $14.5 million tender. The franchise tags the Steelers have attached to him will affect any offers teams throw his way. The money hungry running back has been teasing his return over the past 10 weeks of the season. This reason is paired with the fact that Bell has recently changed his social media biographies from "Pittsburgh Steelers Running Back" to "All-Pro NFL Running Back". A 20 percent raise on that would bring Bell back to the $14.5M figure he was set to make in 2018 on a second franchise tag. This is important because monetarily there is a significant raise that the Steelers would owe Le'Veon if they were to tag him again next year.
Bell sparked rumors that he's about to end his holdout when he tweeted that he's leaving Miami, where he spent most of his time during his still ongoing holdout, and getting spotted in Pittsburgh playing pickup basketball.
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If the running back does not report and sign his franchise tender by the Tuesday deadline, he would lose an accrued National Football League season toward becoming a free agent.
Bell's history of injury and suspension are other factors to consider as team's weigh how much they might offer to lure him away.