Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell Signs Franchise Tender


Bell, who is now guaranteed to make $12.12 million this season, admitted to being winded at times, but said he'll be ready for whatever the Steelers ask of him against the Browns.

"We'll see", he said.

-The Philadelphia Eagles shored up their offensive line as well, signing guard Chance Warmack to a one year contract extension that could be worth up to $5 million. "30 touches, or whether it's 10 touches", said Bell.

Bell's one-year deal will pay him $12.1 million, which is the average of the three highest-paid running backs in the National Football League, as the franchise tag requires.

Smith is no stranger to getting into electronic shouting matches with professional athletes, and Le'Veon Bell just became the latest.

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He added: "I don't mind taking the heat for being cautious, but I don't want to take the heat for being foolish". "[The water] receded late Sunday, maybe early Monday", he said.

With the safeties sorting themselves out, two new cornerbacks worked into the first-team nickel defense. I'm just anxious about going out there and winning games. But we're anxious about this year. I think the volume of practice was turned up today.

Brock Osweiler passed his physical and signed his contract to return to Denver after an 18-month odyssey that included dismissals by the Texans and Browns but also a $37 million windfall.

The New York Giants are keeping everyone guessing about star receiver Odell Beckham's status for the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys. Last year's captains were Roethlisberger, Heyward, Will Gay and Robert Golden. The Los Angeles Rams claimed the former Jacksonville Jaguars No. 3 quarterback Monday after cutting their own No. 3 guy, Dan Orlovsky, over the weekend.

Bell finished the 2016 regular season with 261 carries for 1,268 yards (4.9-yard average) and seven touchdowns in 12 games. The move comes shortly after the Chiefs handed the starting tailback job to rookie Kareem Hunt. He's only played a full 16-game schedule once in his four seasons, with the other three shortened by injury, suspension or both.