Le'Veon Bell Posts A Pair Of Cryptic Tweets As Deadline Looms

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The Le'Veon Bell saga continues as the Pittsburgh Steelers look to find a win Thursday night against the Carolina Panthers.

Bell, who will have to sign his franchise tag by November 13 in order to accrue an National Football League season, hinted that he could soon rejoin the Steelers when he bid farewell to Miami in cryptic tweet on Monday. Whether or not he reports this season, the Steelers would need to use a $25 million franchise tag to keep him in 2019, which is not expected to happen. That makes sense and would seemingly be the player's only incentive to show up, but there is now some disagreement about whether that is actually the case.

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"If he doesn't want to play for $14.5 million, why would he want to play for $5 million?" the source told ESPN, referring to the prorated balance remaining on Bell's $14.5 million franchise tender.

The Steelers placed the franchise tag on him for the second straight year last March and failed to reach a long-time deal by the summer time deadline. Bell has been working out in Miami this season, but on Monday he tweeted "Fairwell Miami" without further explanation.

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He rushed for 1,291 yards with nine touchdowns over 15 games in 2017 with the Steelers, his fifth year in Pittsburgh. That gives Bell the ability to negotiate with other teams and the Steelers the right to match, which would essentially be the same as him hitting the free agent market. Has enough accrued seasons to be FA in '19 even though he won't get one this year.

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