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You Wouldn't Want To Work With Draymond Green, Either You Wouldn't Want To Work With Draymond Green, Either

They have been historically great for years and are, when at their unholy apex, probably the most beautiful and terrifying basketball machine ever constructed, but the Golden State Warriors are kind of a corny bunch of dudes. This is nothing on them, really: it’s not their job to be interesting, or anyway it’s not as…

The Steelers Have Ransacked Le'Veon Bell's Locker The Steelers Have Ransacked Le'Veon Bell's Locker

Le’Veon Bell officially ended his tenure with the Pittsburgh Steelers when he didn’t report to the team by yesterday’s 4:00 p.m. deadline. He will probably never set foot in the Steelers’ locker room again, which means that something needed to be done with his locker and the belongings that are still sitting in there.…

Le'Veon Bell Will Sit Out The Season. Now What? Le'Veon Bell Will Sit Out The Season. Now What?

Le’Veon Bell’s 4 p.m. deadline to report to the Steelers came and went, which means Bell cannot play at all during the 2018 season. It also means Bell has forfeited the entirety of the $14.54 million salary he was scheduled to make on the franchise tag, plus a reported $200,000 more in benefits. He had already given…

James Conner Is Making It Easy For The Steelers To Wait Out Le'Veon Bell James Conner Is Making It Easy For The Steelers To Wait Out Le'Veon Bell

Le’Veon Bell’s refusal to sign his franchise tender has been an attempt to leverage his value to the Steelers’ offense. Bell is a running back skilled at catching passes and running routes, and he’s been a workhorse for a perennial playoff team with one of the NFL’s most efficient units. As such, Bell made a business…

The Dallas Cowboys Are Still A Mess

The Dallas Cowboys added wide receiver Amari Cooper in a trade with the Oakland Raiders during their bye week. It helped! Cooper was the Cowboys’ leading receiver, catching 5 passes for 58 yards and a score on Monday night. It didn’t help the Cowboys win, of course: They lost at home to the Tennessee Titans, 28-14.

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.

James Harrison Has An Unconventional Solution For Le'Veon Bell: Fake Injuries James Harrison Has An Unconventional Solution For Le'Veon Bell: Fake Injuries

James Harrison, the Steelers all-time sack leader, went on Second Take Tuesday, to talk football and the ongoing Le’Veon Bell situation with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe. Harrison was reliably anti-authority and pro-players looking out for their money during his playing days, and here he was firmly on Team Bell,…

Steelers Somehow Get More Dramatic After Antonio Brown Doesn't Show Up To Work Steelers Somehow Get More Dramatic After Antonio Brown Doesn't Show Up To Work

In addition to being winless and grouchy, Antonio Brown is absent. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports today that the Steelers receiver was nowhere to be found at the team’s facilities Monday. No wonder he had no media availability:

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.

Le'Veon Bell's Holdout Is Now Getting Expensive Le'Veon Bell's Holdout Is Now Getting Expensive

If it appeared to some of his teammates a few weeks ago like Le’Veon Bell’s holdout would only last as long as the preseason, and all the Steelers would have to do was wait for him to blink, instead of paying him what he deserves as the engine and workhorse of his team’s offense and one of the best players in…

Ramon Foster And Maurkice Pouncey Are Examples Of How The NFLPA Beats Itself Ramon Foster And Maurkice Pouncey Are Examples Of How The NFLPA Beats Itself

Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell, who’s currently under the franchise tag and wants a longer contract with more security, is willing to extend his holdout into the regular season, but somehow he, and not the side with all the money and all the leverage, is getting shit from his teammates.

Steelers Players Trash Le'Veon Bell And Carry Water For Ownership Steelers Players Trash Le'Veon Bell And Carry Water For Ownership

It’s just a few days before the Steelers’ season starts, but running back Le’Veon Bell’s holdout is still going. His absence from team meetings today pretty much guarantees he won’t play in Week 1 (which is probably his plan, to avoid as much wear and tear on his body as he can—say, another 400-touch season—to…

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…

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…

What Does Todd Gurley's New Contract Mean For Le'Veon Bell? What Does Todd Gurley's New Contract Mean For Le'Veon Bell?

The Steelers’ veteran players report for training camp today. Running back Le’Veon Bell will not be among them.

Le'Veon Bell And The Steelers Seem To Have Finally Hit A Breaking Point Le'Veon Bell And The Steelers Seem To Have Finally Hit A Breaking Point

Star running back Le’Veon Bell’s years-long fight to extract a long-term deal from the Pittsburgh Steelers seems to have finally come to an end. Today was the deadline for the two sides to work something out, but no deal was reached and now Bell will play out a second year on the franchise tag, with an eye towards…

JuJu Smith-Schuster Regrets His Sloppy Post-TD Performance As Choking Victim Jalen Ramsey JuJu Smith-Schuster Regrets His Sloppy Post-TD Performance As Choking Victim Jalen Ramsey

The Steelers have put together a strong portfolio of touchdown celebrations this season, but they had a bit of a stumble Sunday against the Colts. After receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster scored in the third quarter, he celebrated by reenacting one of Week 9's NFL fights. Smith-Schuster portrayed Jalen Ramsey as teammate…

The Steelers Upped Their Celebration Game With Some Hide-And-Seek

The Pittsburgh Steelers have been the NFL’s most reliable source of post-touchdown fun since the league relaxed its celebration rules, and after a JuJu Smith-Schuster score today, they showed off another move in their arsenal. For the enjoyment of all, Smith-Schuster and Le’Veon Bell put on a choreographed game of…

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