Published: Thu, September 06, 2018
Sports | By Brandy Patterson

6 reasons why Le'Veon Bell should hold out until Week 10

6 reasons why Le'Veon Bell should hold out until Week 10

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is preparing to play Sunday's season opener against the Cleveland Browns without All-Pro running back Le'Veon Bell.

The Steelers have the option of doing so.

The Steelers placed the franchise tag on Bell this off-season, but the running back has yet to sign the $14.5-million tender and it could be a while before he ends his holdout.

Bell and the Steelers are at a contractual impasse for the second year in a row. The team appeared hopeful he would report this week - as he did past year to end his holdout when Week 1 began - but with Sunday's opener against the Browns looming, his support appears to be losing steam. "Here's a guy who doesn't give a damn, I guess so we'll treat it as such", guard Ramon Foster said, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

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Center Maurkice Pouncey is particularly upset that Bell is playing games and not making it clear when he will join the team.

The Cincinnati Bengals don't have much of anything going on ahead of their Week 1 game against the Indianapolis Colts.

Bell has remained quiet about when he plans to return to the team, but he has certainly noticed the comments coming from the Steelers locker room.

Whether Bell reports or not, some of his teammates are frustrated with the three-time Pro Bowler. In a series of tweets, the former National Football League linebacker addressed the matter, chiding the negative comments made by Bell's teammates.

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Telling 93.7 the on Tuesday, "A lot of people expected him here yesterday, people were hoping, thinking, but we went about our business, we hope he's here tomorrow".

In wake of Bakari's comments, several Steelers players have called out Bell, including the guys who do the blocking for him.

Always something interesting going on with the Steelers, who navigated their weekly drama a year ago to a 13-3 record but saw their season fall apart following a controversial loss to the Patriots that cost them home-field advantage in the playoffs and the postseason loss to the Jaguars a month later.

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