Le’Veon Bell Opens Up About Contract Holdout With Bizarre Tweets

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Pittsburgh resident John Maus, who posted a video of Bell on his Snapchat story, said the subject in his video is "110 percent Le'Veon" and his video was shot live.

If Bell doesn't report to the Steelers by that date, he won't be allowed to play at all this season. Bell remains absent from the team, though it was believed he would join the team following its upcoming game against Carolina.

According to Kaboly's source, a franchise tag for Bell this offseason would be considered the third whether the running back reports by the November 13 deadline or not.

Bell told ESPN in early October that he is staying away to preserve his long-term health for his next contract but intends to play football this season. As Kaboly noted, the Steelers are most likely not going to tag him at such an enormous number, which would virtually make him a free agent. Whether or not he reports this season, the Steelers would need to use a $25 million franchise tag to keep him in 2019, which is not expected to happen.

But seriously, though. How do you do that upside-down thing on Twitter?

"Just about everybody has an opinion on my life and anxious about what I'm doing". & that's clearly on them.

The Steelers placed the franchise tag on him for the second straight year last March and failed to reach a long-time deal by the summer time deadline.

The star running back announced he left Miami earlier this week - a sign many took as his eventual return to Pittsburgh. Don't judge me off my decision because maybe this isn't what you'd do. Under the terms of the collective bargaining agreement, Bell must report to the Steelers by 4 p.m. ET next Tuesday or he will be ineligible for the remainder of the season, a source confirmed to ESPN.

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