Le'Veon Bell contends he still wants to retire a Steeler

Le'Veon Bell contends he still wants to retire a Steeler

Le'Veon Bell contends he still wants to retire a Steeler

Bell told ESPN that he still hopes to play with the Steelers beyond this season.

Bell also noted he expects Pittsburgh to negotiate with him this offseason or this season if they rescind the franchise tag. "Knowing my worth and knowing I can tear a ligament or get surgery at any time, I knew I couldn't play 16 games with 400 or more touches".

Earl Thomas flipped off his own bench after he broke his leg in a game between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

On an Instagram post in which Seattle's Bobby Wagner wrote that Thomas had reason to be "p--ed off", Bell commented that he was willing to "continue to be the "bad guy" for ALL of us".

The Worldwide Leader is reporting that the Steelers have no legitimate trade offers from Bell, though they do appear to know what they want in return for him.

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NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that the Steelers are now actively shopping Bell, though a deal would be tricky.

The Pittsburgh Steelers running back reacted to broken leg the Seattle Seahawks safety suffered Sunday with a promise to "be the bad guy" on behalf of his fellow National Football League players. Holding up any trade is Bell would have to sign the franchise-tag tender and then report to that team as a rental for the rest of the season. "I don't think they really want me gone". Conner struggled to produce in the 26-14 loss racking up 19 rushing yards on nine attempts with three catches for 25 receiving yards. Or even that when he returns all will be forgiven between Bell and his teammates.

"I think they understand the decision", he added.

"I could be naïve or hopeful, but at the end of the day I feel like that's what's going to happen", Bell said. "If I was him, I'd be pissed off".

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