Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "When the Steelers drafted running back Le'Veon Bell in the spring, offensive coordinator Todd Haley saw a player who was capable of playing on every down. In addition to his power-back running skills, Bell was a quality receiver and capable of picking up blitzing linebackers, a must to play on..." December 07
Fansided "Just over one week from the day that he was knocked unconscious and sent to the locker room with a concussion not remembering the play, Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell has been fully cleared to return to the team. On the team’s Friday injury report, Bell was listed as probably by..." December 06
ESPN.com "A violent goal-line collision in a 22-20 loss to the Ravens left Le'Veon Bell concussed, but the Steelers' rookie running back did some running Monday and is hopeful of playing Sunday against the visiting Dolphins. "I'm going to take it day by day and see where we're at," Bell said. "The goal..." December 03
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "The Steelers are 19th in total offense and 31st in rushing yet Ben Roethlisberger is seeing progress on a weekly basis. He especially likes what he saw of rookie running back Le'Veon Bell in his NFL debut. “I'm not going to say he was Adrian Peterson” Roethlisberger said. “But he showed me..." October 09
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "They have more -- and more distinct -- phone booths in London than they do in Pittsburgh so maybe Le'Veon Bell can be the one to emerge from one Sunday to save the season for the Steelers. After all Mike Tomlin did not warn Steelers fans that Bell would not step out of a phone booth wearing a..." September 26
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Mike Tomlin said rookie halfback Le'Veon Bell looks ready to play his first game and might start Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings in London. Pardon quarterback Ben Roethlisberger if he does not get too excited about the news. "We are excited about watching him be a full participant this..." September 25
Huge news for Steelers team is now planning to play RB Le'Veon Bell this week. Progressed faster than they thought.
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Tight end Heath Miller (knee) was a full practice participant Wednesday for the first time all season and running back Le'Veon Bell also worked for the first time since spraining his right foot Aug. 19. The second-round draft pick is eager to get back but said “I don't want to rush it. ... I'm..." September 19
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "The Steelers could be out with Le'Veon Bell their projected starting running back for considerably longer than expected. Bell has a rare midfoot sprain that's being classified as a Lisfranc injury a source told the Tribune-Review on Wednesday morning and the team is now hoping to have him..." September 11
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "As the Steelers keep losing players — three starters in their season opener alone — it doesn't appear as if they're ready yet to welcome back two key starters. Tight end Heath Miller will return to team work this week for the first time since late last season but coach Mike Tomlin still isn't..." September 10
Le'Veon Bell: I'm goinng to try to be back for week 2 but I'm not making promises.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Thursday that rookie running back Le'Veon Bell has a mid-foot sprain in his right foot but the injury is not as severe as initially feared and he is "optimistic and encouraged" how Bell's foot has responded. Tomlin said Bell would not play in a preseason game..." August 23
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "The Steelers bypassed Alabama's Eddie Lacy in the draft this year because of his history of injuries even though many scouts rated him the best halfback available. Instead they selected halfback Le'Veon Bell in the second round after his workhorse career at Michigan State where he played 40..." August 22
Tomlin: Bell has mid-foot sprain. We are encouraged. It won't be surgically repaired. Out for this week. That is encouraging news.
Steelers say Le'Veon Bell will not play this weekend. Team is awaiting results of second opinion and final diagnosis.
Steelers believe Le'Veon Bell has Lis Franc injury they r hoping will not require surgery but won't be sure until he gets it double checked
Pro Football Talk "We already knew that the Steelers were waiting for a second opinion on running back Le’Veon Bell’s injured right foot before determining how long of “a while” he’d be out of the lineup. Now a pair of reports shed some light on what’s worrying the Steelers. Jay Glazer of FOX Sports and Ian..." August 21
Doctors are projecting 6-8 week absence for #Steelers rookie RB Le'Veon Bell with a Lissfranc injury. Hopeful rest will allow him to return
#Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell's injury to right foot not as significant as teammate Matt Spaeth's Lisfranc.
RB Le'Veon Bell will undergo MRI today on mid-foot injury he suffered Mon night. Mid-foot injuries sometimes turn out to be Lisfranc.
ESPN.com "Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back Le'Veon Bell aggravated his left knee Thursday according to coach Mike Tomlin. Bell was hit by a teammate during a non-contact drill. It appeared that Bell thought the play was finished when he was taken down. Tomlin said Bell will be evaluated..." August 15
NFL.com "The Pittsburgh Steelers aren't known for throwing rookies into the fire but Le'Veon Bell is a different story. Bell and Isaac Redman were listed as co-starters at running back on the team's unofficial depth chart Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reported Wednesday. The designation..." August 14
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Mike Tomlin wanted to see rookie running back Le'Veon Bell perform with the first team during Saturday's first preseason game. But the Steelers' coach would rather see Bell healthy. Tomlin unexpectedly scratched Bell from the lineup because of a sore knee that has been bothering Bell for the..." August 11
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "A new era that harkens back to an old one could begin at Heinz Field tonight when the Steelers play the New York Giants in their first exhibition game. They hope to re-introduce their ground game with a new back flashing a familiar style behind a new blocking scheme. Rookie halfback Le'Veon..." August 10
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette "Coach Mike Tomlin said his starters will probably play approximately 10 to 12 snaps when the Steelers open their preseason Saturday night against the New York Giants at Heinz Field and one of those starters could be rookie running back LeVeon Bell. "Don't be surprised if you see Le'Veon getting..." August 08
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "Le'Veon Bell could be the best running back on the Steelers' roster, and the rookie has yet to take a snap with shoulder pads on, let alone one in an NFL game. So you would figure it would be only a matter of time before Bell races up the depth chart past lesser pedigree running backs..." June 16
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "They're being called perfect fits. Jarvis Jones, college football's best pass rusher, and a Steelers defense in desperate need of a pressure-the-passer presence. Le'Veon Bell, the Big Ten's most prolific running back, and a Steelers offense that had its second-lowest rushing output since..." June 08