Pittsburgh Steelers Players Ransacked Le'Veon Bell's Locker

Pittsburgh Steelers Players Ransacked Le'Veon Bell's Locker

The Steelers can still place the franchise tag on Bell for a third time after the season, but that is reportedly unlikely.

Several members of the Pittsburgh Steelers raided Le'Veon Bell's locker and removed his No. 26 nameplate after Wednesday's practice.

"I said I hoped he was going to show up and if he wasn't, I wished him nothing but the best", Roethlisberger said Wednesday morning. "He was a great teammate and football player".

Pittsburgh has bounced back from a sluggish 1-2-1 start with five straight wins.

Roethlisberger said Bell did not reply to his text message, and eventually Bell elected to not sign his $14.5 million franchise tender.

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"To each their own.what they want to walk away from". While it might all the Steelers to bring Bell back for a smaller contract if he signs elsewhere and Pittsburgh doesn't match they would lose the third-round comp pick.

A day after Bell's decision to sit out the season, his locker at UPMC Rooney Sports Complex remained intact with a collection of jerseys and shoes gathered under his name plate.

Roethlisberger enjoys the preparation process, which is why sitting out a season would "be tough", he acknowledged.

"Appreciate the cleats, my guy", Bud Dupree said while takin' his new Js. "Part of the great thing about this sport is this band of brothers, this group of guys in here". "We can just move on, keep getting James (Conner) some more yards and keep winning games".

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