Tensions are brewing between Le’Veon Bell and teammates

Tensions are brewing between Le’Veon Bell and teammates

"Hold out 10 weeks", center Maurkice Pouncey said.

Bell's plan isn't clear, but the comments that have come on Wednesday surely require his agent, Adisa Bakari, to re-evaluate things.

"We are disappointed Le'Veon Bell has not signed his franchise tender and rejoined his teammates".

The Steelers' locker room has the right to be upset with Bell, of course.

Bell is holding out for a new, lucrative long-term contract, but has yet to reach an agreement with the team and will continue to sit out until something is worked out.

"He f-ked us", the player said.

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Although the Steelers have enough firepower to handle their own against the Browns, not having Bell is definitely an unfortunate loss for Mike Tomlin's offense, as James Conner looks to provide an impact for their backfield.

Bell has not signed the tender, valued at $14.54 million, and has not reported to the team.

Bell is one of the most elite runners in the game, but he's anxiously waiting for the Steelers to hand him a paycheck that re-endorses that fact. "We also know how he's been utilized in the past by the Steelers organization", Bakari told NFL Live.

"We know he's one of the best in the business and he helps each week", Roethlisberger said. Why let your agent say this?

This summer, the Steelers upped their offer considerably and continued to say nice things about their franchise back with the hope they could work something out long term. "Just man up and tell us what you're going to do". Pouncey added, "A star is born every year in the NFL". The Steelers are 3.5-point favorites at Cleveland in Week 1 (opened at -6.5) and remain 10-1 to win the Super Bowl.