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Le’Veon Bell is frustrated and feels the Steelers think he is not worth it

Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell tells Jeremy Fowler of ESPN that he is frustrated with the Steelers latest offer.  He feels he was lowballed.

“It’s a little frustrating, but it’s a business,” Bell said, via “I’m not in a rush to sign for something I’m not valued at if I feel I’m worth more than what they are offering me. The running back market definitely took a hit, and I can’t be the guy who continues to let it take a hit. We do everything: We block, we run, we catch the ball. Our value isn’t where it needs to be. I’m taking it upon myself to open up some eyes and show the position is more valuable.”

Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports that the Steelers’ offer to franchise RB Le’Veon Bell averaged Over $12M Per Year With $30M In First Two Years.


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