July 28th, 2017

The Pro Bowler has yet to sign the franchise tender that will pay him more than $12 million this season. And while they’d rather have Bell’s familiar No. 26 on the sideline when practice starts Friday, the guys blocking for him understand business is business. “I’m not mad at him, I’m happy for the guy,” guard Ramon Foster said. “It’s an opportunity for Le’Veon to take care of his family for generations, so why not take care of it now?”

Source: USA Today