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Mike Tomlin is fully prepared to unleash Le'Veon Bell on the NFL again

We haven’t seen Le’Veon Bell on a football field in earnest since he tore ligaments in his right knee 11 months ago, but rest assured we’ll see plenty of the Pittsburgh Steelers running back come Sunday. After recovering from surgery and sitting the first three games of this season for missing a drug test, Bell will not only return against the Kansas City Chiefs, but will do so without restriction, Steelers coach Mike Tomlin revealed in a somewhat surprising statement during Tuesday’s media availability.
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