Le'Veon Bell Missed Pittsburgh's Walk-Through, Arrived Late To Game

Le'Veon Bell Missed Pittsburgh's Walk-Through, Arrived Late To Game

Impending free agent Le'Veon Bell reportedly missed nearly all of the Steelers' final walkthrough the day before last week's Divisional Round loss to the Jaguars.

Haley to Cleveland makes a ton of sense.

The Browns are in "serious talks" with Haley about making him their offensive coordinator, according to a report by Chris Mortensen of ESPN.

And in Haley, the Browns are getting a damn good coordinator.

Giants reportedly looking at Jack Del Rio
While he and Del Rio have never worked together, together, they might be able to turn around a lost culture with the Giants. Del Rio had previously been the head coach in Jacksonville, going 68-71 in his nine years after replacing Tom Coughlin.

Haley might have a bigger target in mind. Warner was the Cardinals' quarterback when Haley was their offensive coordinator in 2007 and 2008. He also oversaw the development of Antonio Brown and Le'Veon Bell into two of the best players in the National Football League at their respective positions. Tomlin acknowledged some coaches or players wouldn't be with the organization next year. He took the head-coaching job with the the following season. "I believe Todd would be the first to acknowledge some of those interactions could have been handled differently". Munchak has been the Steelers' offensive line coach since 2014. Haley was sacked last week by the Steelers after they were beaten by Jacksonville in the AFC playoffs.

The Steelers finished third in total offense in 2017 (the Browns were 24th) and eighth in points scored. He replaced Arians as the Steelers' offensive coordinator in 2012. "I would like to thank Todd for his contributions to our offense the past six years, and we wish him the best in his coaching future".

CLEVELAND (AP) - Todd Haley has experience calling plays, beating AFC North teams and working with star quarterbacks. Although he has only been a receivers and quarterbacks coach, he had success at the college level as an offensive coordinator at Memphis University and Arkansas State University, but it remains to be seen if that will translate to success in the NFL. Bell may have made the case a little easier due to recently nearly entirely missing a walk-through ahead of the Divisional Round matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. It would explain why the Browns haven't already offered it to one of the other candidates.

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