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Steelers GM Kevin Colbert releases statement regarding Le’Veon Bell’s absence

 The Pittsburgh Steelers have started preparing for the
Cleveland Browns in Week 1 of the 2018 regular season Youth
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, and there is a large piece of their team
missing.Le’Veon Bell.While Mike Tomlin and the rest of his staff prepare for the
season opener, with or without Bell, team General Manager Kevin Colbert released
the following statement regarding Bell’s absence.Bell can still report in the
coming days, even as early as Tuesday, but it is clear the organization is not
pleased with the decision Bell has made.In terms of the Steelers options, the
team is pretty much stuck. They can rescind Bell’s franchise tag, making him a
free agent, but a trade is not an option until Bell signs his franchise tag
tender.The waiting game continues for the Steelers, and their fans, but in the
meantime the team is prepared to roll with James Conner, Stevan Ridley, Jaylen
Samuels and Roosevelt Nix.Stay tuned to BTSC for the latest news on this stories
and others surrounding the black-and-gold.The Steelers’ quick, forceful response
to the Browns’ first score was one positive from Week 1 While it’s true the
Steelers didn’t lose to the Browns on Sunday — in case you didn’t hear, it was a
21-21 tie — it sure feels that way Youth
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, doesn’t it? But since a tie actually isn’t a
loss (as others have pointed out, it’s half of a win), in the interest of
fairness and equal time, I’d like to highlight some positive moments from the
Steelers’ first regular season game of 2018. Two such moments were back-to-back
touchdown drives by Pittsburgh right after the Browns tied the score at 7-7
early in the third quarter. After Cleveland opened the second half and marched
86 yards on a 10-play touchdown drive that was aided greatly by ill-timed and
ill-advised penalties by Pittsburgh defenders, one might have wondered if the
game would end in a 7-7 tie (Freudian slip), given the offensive struggles by
the Steelers in a first half in which they turned the football over three times,
including two TOs on potential scoring drives. But despite the passing game
looking disjointed during the first 30 minutes, just one play after the 20-yard
touchdown run by Browns’ quarterback Tyrod Taylor, a score that had FirstEnergy
Stadium rocking and rolling, Ben Roethlisberger found JuJu Smith-Schuster on a
short slant-pass, and the second-year receiver raced 67 yards down to
Cleveland’s 7-yard line. As I’ve mentioned in a previous article or two, I spent
the latter portion of the summer watching a lot of classic Steelers’ games from
the 1970s on streaming TV, so seeing Smith-Schuster race down the sideline was
reminiscent of John Stallworth doing the same to an inferior Browns’ defense at
old Cleveland Municipal Stadium. A few plays after back-to-back penalties on
Steelers’ offensive linemen, not only wiping out back-to-back touchdowns but
making it 2nd-and-goal from the 22 Womens
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, Roethlisberger found Antonio Brown, who
looked very Lynn Swann-like as he displayed great body control while corralling
a 22-yard touchdown in the right side of the end zone. After a quick and
unsuccessful drive by Cleveland, Ryan Switzer hauled in a punt by Britton
Colquitt (to continue the 1970s theme) and raced 20 yards to the Browns’ 39. Two
plays later, running back James Conner did his finest Franco Harris impression,
galloping 22 yards for a touchdown that put the Steelers up 21-7 before three
quarters were in the books. What those two touchdowns showed me is that, despite
struggling mightily up to that point, the offense was still capable of imposing
its will at any time, in all facets, and from anywhere on the field. At that
point, it was a reminder to everyone in the AFC North that the Steelers may have
their problems and their struggles, but they’re still the class of the
division.Had the Steelers been able to hold their water down the stretch, that
quick and forceful third-quarter response would have been something to build on
moving forward.I suppose it’s still something to build on, but just a little
harder to do after that same offense committed six turnovers.That’s probably why
most players and fans are feeling more like the “half-a-loss” portion of
Sunday’s tie.
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