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According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Steelers rookie running back Le’Veon Bell has a small ligament tear in his foot and could miss up to six weeks. Bell’s injury is probably why the Steelers acquired Felix Jones in a trade with the Eagles on Friday, The decision to obtain Jones, a former top pick with the Dallas Cowboys, indicates the Steelers might be concerned how long it will take Bell, their No. 2 draft choice, to return from his mid-foot sprain. Bell’s injury is not as serious as the team initially feared, but he could be out up to six weeks because of a small ligament tear in his right foot. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Report: LeVeon Bell has a torn ligament in his foot appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back Le’Veon Bell learned Thursday that the injury he suffered against the Washington Redskins Monday night was just a mild-foot sprain that won’t require surgery, reports Steelers.com. “I am definitely encouraged by everything,” said Bell, who
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Pittsburg Steelers rookie linebacker, Jarvis Jones, suffered
an apparent chest injury Saturday night in a game against the Kansas City
Chiefs, reports Gregg
Rosenthal of NFL.com
Taken to a Pittsburgh hospital for examination, the injury occurred
in the 4th quarter of an overtime loss to the Chiefs, after Jones
intercepted a pass. Jones left the game
shortly afterward. The 17th...
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Remember when the Pittsburgh Steelers could get useful Cowboys castoffs?
Don’t expect running back Felix Jones to make Mike Tomlin and Kevin Colbert look like geniuses the way Flozell Adams did in 2010.
The Steelers traded outside linebacker Adrian Robinson to the Philadelphia Eagles for Jones on Friday, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
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According to Scott Brown of ESPN.com, Pittsburgh coach Mike Tomlin said during a press conference Wednesday that Le'Veon Bell has a mid-foot sprain and not a tear associated with a Lisfranc injury. He won't require surgery and Tomlin says the team is encouraged by developments over the last 48 to 72 hours.Fantasy Spin:Tomlin refused to offer a long-term timetable, only saying...
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Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back, Le’Veon Bell,
injured his foot Monday night against the Washington Redskins and is already showing
signs of a swift recovery.
Wilkening of NBCSports reports that Bell will not need surgery to his
injured foot. Moreover, head coach Mike
Tomlin stated that Bell could already to do some physical activity “without