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Le’Veon Bell threatens to sit out next season if Steelers franchise him

Le'Veon Bell played on the franchise tag in 2017. The Steelers star running back said he won’t do it again. Bell threatened to sit out, or retire, if the Steelers franchise him again in 2018. “I hope it doesn’t come to that, but I would definitely consider it,” Bell told Jeremy Fowler of ESPN. He [more]
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