Le'Veon Bell tweets he'll report to Steelers on September 1

Doug Mendoza
August 23, 2017

Asked on Twitter about when he'd return from his absence, Bell tweeted September 1 with a winking emoji.

"So like when is le'veon bell gonna show up??" was a part of a tweet written Tuesday night that has been on the minds of many Steelers fans this preseason. The deadline for teams and franchise players to sign a long-term contract has passed, so when Bell returns and signs his tender he is locked into a one-year, $12.1 million deal for this year. A return date next Friday would be the day after the Steelers' fourth and final preseason game, ensuring Bell doesn't see any exhibition snaps. He knows when he gets back to Pittsburgh he will have a $12.1-million franchise tender to sign and he will immediately become the highest-paid running back in the National Football League for the upcoming season.

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The Steelers running back skipped training camp while working out in Florida. "If this all sounds familiar, it's nearly exactly what Eric Berry did with the Kansas City Chiefs previous year".

Bell can only hope his training camp absence produces similar results.

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