Le'Veon Bell's Steelers Teammates Raid Locker, Take Jordan Cleats

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The long-running Le'Veon Bell saga finally came to an end on Tuesday, as the star Steelers running back elected not to sign his franchise tag tender by the 4 p.m. deadline and is thus ineligible to play during the 2018 season.

The Steelers will have the option to designate Bell as their franchise player again this offseason, but the one-year salary tied to Bell's third straight franchise tag is expected to exceed $25 million, something experts believe Pittsburgh won't even entertain. "To each their own on what they want to walk away from".

So on Wednesday, several Steelers players took it upon themselves to see if Bell had anything good in his locker.

A day after Bell did not report to the Steelers, officially ending any chances of his playing this season amid his lengthy holdout, the rest of the Steelers pounced on the carcass that was his locker.

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ESPN's Jeremy Fowler posted a video showing linebacker Bud Dupree thanking Bell for his Jordan Brand cleats before putting one of the shoes on. "That's what keeps me coming back". "It's been fun, we've been on a fun roll, and the season goes by a lot faster when you're winning games".

"I think the Houston Texans could really use Le'Veon Bell", Kellerman said.

The three-time Pro Bowl running back had 1,291 yards and nine touchdowns on a career-high 321 rushing attempts, as well as 85 receptions for 655 yards and two touchdowns in 2017. "We'll get them more and more reps and then we'll do stuff with five wides".

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