The Pittsburgh Steelers have yet to progress on trade talks involving Le'Veon Bell to a serious stage.
"If he doesn't come, then he's not a team player".
Bell is doing the right thing for him and if the Earl Thomas injury showed you anything is that tomorrow isn't guaranteed.
Le'Veon Bell just want to get paid what he is worth while he can since the National Football League stands for Not For Long, but the CBA gives the Steelers all the leverage.
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The Steelers are hopeful of getting more than a third-round pick for Bell - they would get a late 2020 third-round pick as compensation for him leaving as a free-agent, in all likelihood - and would prefer to deal him to the NFC, sources said.
Fowler's colleague Adam Schefter subsequently reported that Pittsburgh "still is expected to be interested in listening to trade offers" for Bell, and that the plan to return in Week 7 "would not dissuade the Steelers from making a deal that made sense". Pittsburgh has had some issues offensively that have been a major part of their struggles out of the gate that has drawn more scrutiny on the pending situation around Bell.
The thought process from Bell's camp is to minimize the wear-and-tear on the dual-threat running back before he heads into free agency after the season.
The club is seeking at least a second-round draft pick plus a "good" player in return, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network said.
The way Bell's holdout story contrasts with Thomas' perfectly illustrates why he has taken such a position and will continue to do so.