Le'Veon Bell says he will not hold out in 2018

by Anthony Cervino | Steelers Correspondent | Thu, Mar 8th 6:46am EST

On his personal Instagram account Wednesday night, Pittsburgh Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell said he will not hold out the 2018 season if he doesn't reach a long-term deal with the team. (Jeremy Fowler on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

It appears that Bell had a change of heart on how he views his current contract situation with the Steelers. While in the past, he's stated that if the two sides do not come to terms on a long-term deal, he will sit out the 2018 season. However, in the wake of last night's comments, it looks like he's all-in. Per Bell, if he's forced to play the upcoming year under the fully guaranteed, $14.5 million tender, he will not miss any time with the exception of training camp. He referred to his situation as "just a re-run of last year." In the wake of Antiono Brown recently restructuring his contract, it's only a matter of time before Bell's dispute is resolved.

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