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Le'Veon Bell Has Reached The "Sending Fake-Deep Tweets" Stage Of His Holdout Le'Veon Bell Has Reached The "Sending Fake-Deep Tweets" Stage Of His Holdout

Because James Conner is good and the Steelers are 5-2, everyone seems to have decided that Le’Veon Bell’s extended holdout was a bad idea. This new consensus may be wearing on Bell, based on these two weird tweets he sent yesterday:

Report: Le'Veon Bell Will Not Return For Steelers' Week 7 Bye Report: Le'Veon Bell Will Not Return For Steelers' Week 7 Bye

Le’Veon Bell’s absence from the Steelers will continue for another week as the team is not expecting him to return for their bye, according to a report form ESPN’s Adam Schefter. A report from earlier this month stated that Bell was aiming to come back around Week 7 or 8 in the hopes of suiting up for Pittsburgh’s…

Report: Le'Veon Bell Plans To Return To Steelers For Week 8 Report: Le'Veon Bell Plans To Return To Steelers For Week 8

Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell has been staying away from the team all season as he tries to preserve his body for as long as he can before hitting free agency in 2019. But according to a report from ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, Bell plans to return to the Steelers for their Week 8 game against the Browns.

Earl Thomas Is Why Le'Veon Bell Holds Out Earl Thomas Is Why Le'Veon Bell Holds Out

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas, who held out before the season because he wanted a long-term contract in case he was injured, and who “held in” and skipped practices for the same reason, broke his leg in Sunday’s game and now has one leg and no long-term contract. At least his middle finger still worked.

Still No Le'Veon Bell Still No Le'Veon Bell

It’s Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Steelers are about to start their weekly team meeting, and Le’Veon Bell is reportedly nowhere to be found.

Earl Thomas Feels "Disrespect" From The Seahawks, But He'll End His Holdout Earl Thomas Feels "Disrespect" From The Seahawks, But He'll End His Holdout

All-Pro Seahawks safety Earl Thomas has been holding out for a contract extension this offseason, and the team has been unwilling to meet his demand that it either pay him what he’s worth or trade him to a team that will. Thomas is and has long been one of the best safeties in the game, and he’s still in his prime,…

Le'Veon Bell Is Really Running Out The Clock On His Holdout Le'Veon Bell Is Really Running Out The Clock On His Holdout

Steelers star running back Le’Veon Bell skipped the entirety of training camp for the second year in a row, and with good reason. He’s been one of the best players in the league for almost his entire career, and the Steelers have refused to reward him with a longterm contract, instead choosing to use the franchise tag…

Aaron Donald Finally Gets His Money Aaron Donald Finally Gets His Money

After playing the first four years of his career on a shitty rookie contract, after two consecutive lengthy offseason holdouts, and after becoming the best defensive tackle in football, Aaron Donald has finally convinced the Rams to pay him.

Roquan Smith Ends Holdout, Gets Some Protection Against Voidable Guarantees Roquan Smith Ends Holdout, Gets Some Protection Against Voidable Guarantees

Rookie linebacker Roquan Smith ended his holdout yesterday, agreeing to a contract with the Bears that partly addresses the concerns that had kept him from signing. The driving force behind Smith’s holdout was the same thing that initially kept Jets quarterback Sam Darnold out of camp: neither player wanted to sign a…

Aaron Donald Is Digging In Aaron Donald Is Digging In

The Los Angeles Rams’ aggressive offseason—timed to coincide with a quarterback on his rookie deal and with a crucial period to sell personal seat licenses—continued with the recent signings of wideout Brandin Cooks and running back Todd Gurley to lucrative contract extensions. Nonetheless, the Rams held their first…

The Football World Can't Even See The NFL's Rotten Core  The Football World Can't Even See The NFL's Rotten Core 

NFL training camps are booting up this week, and that means it’s time for some of the very best players in the league to indicate that they won’t be attending, and in some cases to threaten that they will be sitting out the entire regular season as well. Holdouts are nothing new in the NFL, but some of the best…

Le'Veon Bell Isn't Being Subtle Le'Veon Bell Isn't Being Subtle

The Steelers have been busy keeping their own and adding to their roster this offseason. Don’t think running back Le’Veon Bell hasn’t noticed.

Duane Brown's Holdout Is A Test Duane Brown's Holdout Is A Test

Duane Brown is testing the system. Brown, who is about to enter his 10th season as the Texans’ starting left tackle, has not reported for the start of training camp. He has two non-guaranteed years remaining on his contract, and he wants a new deal.

Joey Bosa's Agent Fires Back At San Diego Chargers Joey Bosa's Agent Fires Back At San Diego Chargers

Yesterday, the San Diego Chargers publicly disparaged third overall pick and rookie holdout Joey Bosa. They did so via an official statement that made public some of the details of their contract negotiations with Bosa, announced that the team was officially pulling its latest offer off the table, and painted Bosa as…

Sam Bradford Ends Extremely Weak Holdout Sam Bradford Ends Extremely Weak Holdout

The crisis that has paralyzed the Philadelphia Eagles for 15 harrowing days is finally over: Sam Bradford has put an end to his holdout.

Report: Kam Chancellor's Coming To Save The Seahawks Report: Kam Chancellor's Coming To Save The Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks are 0-2, and a big reason why has been the absence of their all-world safety, Kam Chancellor, who has been holding out for a better contract. Well, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter (by way of Stephen A. Smith), Chancellor has given up on his holdout and is headed back to Seattle.

Kam Chancellor's Holdout Couldn't Be Going Any Better Kam Chancellor's Holdout Couldn't Be Going Any Better

Kam Chancellor is still negotiating with the Seahawks for a new contract, and as his holdout bled into Week 1 of the regular season, undrafted sophomore Dion Bailey took his place at strong safety Sunday against the Rams. It was clear that Chancellor’s starting job will be waiting for him when he comes back.

Maurice Jones-Drew Still Sounds Pretty Ticked Off At Jags Management Maurice Jones-Drew Still Sounds Pretty Ticked Off At Jags Management

Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: The issues that prompted his holdout? They're still issues.

Michael Crabtree Surviving Off Delicious Subway Sandwiches Michael Crabtree Surviving Off Delicious Subway Sandwiches

Professional holdout Michael Crabtree has still not signed with the San Francisco 49ers, but don't worry about him. His marketing agent has him endorsing Subway, which is perfect because Crabtree is probably really, really hungry.

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