Ex-NFL player: Le'Veon Bell's teammates 'brainwashed' by Steelers

Ex-NFL player: Le'Veon Bell's teammates 'brainwashed' by Steelers

Ex-NFL player: Le'Veon Bell's teammates 'brainwashed' by Steelers

Witness Cris Carter on the subject of Le'Veon Bell and his impasse with the Pittsburgh Steelers: "Either sign the contract and come in or just shut up".

Then, Bell decided he wasn't showing up. "Shame on them", Smith said on TSN. Oh? That money returns to the Steelers' salary cap.

With that in mind, former National Football League running back Maurice Jones-Drew has chimed in on the situation on Wednesday voicing that this criticism from a few Steelers players is quite surprising to see happen now and not earlier in the summer when Bell's deal couldn't get done. Jerry Richardson bought the Carolina Panthers for US$200 million in 1993, and he just sold them for US$2.2 billion.

Heading into Week 1, the Pittsburgh Steelers were looking for ways to scheme both Le'Veon Bell and James Conner into the backfield. "This is a team unit and that's how we play ball".

"We're preparing to play football with those who have been here and working". All other players were full go.

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The NFL system doesn't just allow disloyalty to a player from management; it all but demands it. "This offense is more than one guy". Now, once a serviceable veteran has outlived his entry-level deal he nearly immediately becomes more of a burden than an asset.

That strategy may be smart for him, but it won't endear him to his teammates.

"What do you do?" asked guard and player rep Ramon Foster, per the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Bell has been getting the selfish tag for months from some Steelers fans. "One guy doesn't make or break you", Roethlisberger said Wednesday. It's one thing to play an National Basketball Association bum Bismack Biyombo $16 million per year - which ought to be punishable as a crime, by the way - but setting aside $14.54 million for one player on one big NFL roster with the abstract expectation that he'll take the deal just kinda whenever is a disastrous business decision. They did the same thing a year ago.

"A star is born every year in the NFL". While we've now seen Bell simply no-show ahead of Week 1 after holding out all offseason, followed by teammates calling the running back out, the action took another turn Thursday. They wouldn't have offered him $14.5 million for the year if it wouldn't. Good for the player who tries a little of that himself.

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