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Steelers Players Raid Le’Veon Bell’s Locker After He Doesn’t Show Up

Bell avoids Big Ben's texts; players raid his locker Steelers players raided Le'Veon Bell's locker after he missed the deadline to report
Cary Erickson | 15 November, 2018, 21:12

No word on how Le'Veon's gonna take it.

Before Le'Veon Bell made it official he will not be suiting up for the Pittsburgh Steelers this season, Ben Roethlisberger reached out to the All-Pro running back via text.

Players also found items like shirts, a suit and a CD labeled "Le'Veon Bell #1".

By not signing the $14.5million tender, his second in two years, Bell will not play in this campaign and is expected to end his tenure with the team that drafted him in the second round of the 2013 draft.

ESPN's Jeremy Fowler posted video of linebacker Bud Dupree holding up a pair of Jordans and thanking Bell for the shoes.

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"Appreciate the cleats, my guy", Dupree said into a camera. "I wish you success, my guy".

"It sucks when a guy doesn't have to answer his own questions", Heyward said. "I am glad that we won't talk about this anymore, though". "This train doesn't stop for anybody".

"Part of the great thing about this sport is the band of brothers and the group of guys in here and being with them", Roethlisberger said. At least one Steeler did try to get in touch with Bell ahead of the deadline.

Bell recorded 5,336 yards and 35 touchdowns on 1,229 rushing attempts, as well as 312 receptions for 2,660 yards and seven touchdowns during his six seasons in Pittsburgh.

The Steelers will push on for the stretch run with veteran Stevan Ridley and rookie Jaylen Samuels backing up starter James Conner, who is third in the National Football League with 771 rushing yards.