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Le’Veon Bell turned down five-year deal, baffling Steelers

Le'Veon Bell appears adamant on signing a multi-year deal that will average out to $15 million a year.
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Steelers and Le'Veon Bell's agent thought they had a deal, until Bell nixed it

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Give Le’Veon Bell this: He does not lack confidence. The Pittsburgh Steelers running back is holding out, and how he got to this point has been an interesting story. When the deadline for franchise-tagged players to sign a long-term...

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Since the deadline for signing Le'Veon Bell to a long-term deal expired one month and one day ago, the Steelers periodically have tried to make Bell look greedy and unreasonable, from leaking some (but not enough) details about thei...

Le’Veon Bell’s agent denies report of nixed five-year agreement with Steelers

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Pittsburgh Steeler Le’Veon Bell, one of the NFL’s most talented running backs, wants a long-term contract. Slapped with the one-year, $12.12 million franchise tag in March, Bell and his employer have yet to put pen to paper on any t...

Report: Le’Veon Bell rejected July offer after agent agreed to terms

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After the July 17 deadline to sign players with franchise tags to multi-year deals passed, information about the Steelers’ final offer to Bell leaked out. The team reportedly offered Bell a five-year deal with an annual average abov...

Le’Veon Bell turned down a 5-year deal with the Steelers at the last minute, per report

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The Steelers thought they had a deal with Le’Veon Bell in place just before the July 17 deadline. Then they didn’t. In the final hours before the deadline to sign Le’Veon Bell to a long-term contract, the Pittsburgh Steelers thought...


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