Le'Veon Bell posts emoji after watching Steelers tie

Report Le'Veon Bell still wants Steelers James Conner'to do well

Report Le'Veon Bell still wants Steelers James Conner'to do well

He failed to report to the team's facility by the 4 p.m. ET deadline on Saturday, meaning he'll not only be absent for the season opener in Cleveland, but he also won't get his $853,000 game check.

After the Pittsburg forced a punt, the Steelers' has the ball in Cleveland territory at the end of the very first quarter. And if so, should a team like the New York Jets be willing to give up assets in order to acquire him? After the game, Bell tweeted a monocle emoji - seemingly him scrutinizing the result, although he later said it was because he'd never seen a tie - despite the fact that Conner actually had a good game. After finally acquiring their franchise QB in Sam Darnold, the Jets need to focus on protecting their precious signal-caller with offensive line help.

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The Blues beat Huddersfield Town, Arsenal , Newcastle United, and Bournemouth to take second position in the standings, behind Liverpool.

As Le'Veon Bell continues to stay away from the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team does not plan to trade the star running back or rescind his franchise tag, sources told ESPN. With several tweets posted before he was even in the National Football League, it is no secret that Bell was a Jets fan growing up, and with the bright future the team is looking into, a reunion certainly seems possible.

The Steelers have a pretty big AFC matchup coming up against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, and there have been no indications that Bell intends to show up before then.

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