The situation between the Pittsburgh Steelers and no-show running back Le’Veon Bell is a mess, but retired linebacker James Harrison thinks he has a solution.
Faking an injury.
The Steelers and Bell have been unable to agree on a long-term contract for the last two seasons. In 2017, the team placed the franchise tag on the Pro Bowl player, who sat out during training camp and preseason but played in every regular-season game except for the meaningless finale.
This year, the Steelers again placed the franchise tag on Bell, who again sat out during training camp and preseason. But three games into the regular season, Bell still hasn’t signed his franchise tender and...