The Pittsburgh Steelers won the AFC North Sunday night, but it came at what could be a severe cost.
Running back Le’Veon Bell took a vicious hit to his knee from Cincinnati Bengals safety Reggie Nelson. The knee bent in a way that goes against its intended design, and Bell limped off.
Immediately it was assumed that doom was coming and the Steelers’ deep playoff dreams would...
The Pittsburgh Steelers regular season MVP Le’Veon Bell sustained a right knee injury during the third quarter of last night’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals when safety Reggie Nelson made contact with Bell’s right leg just above the knee. It’s likely that every fan at Heinz Field and watching from home held his breath until […]
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PITTSBURGH -- Reggie Nelson isn't going to be popular in Pittsburgh for awhile.
The Bengals safety dealt a blow to the Steelers' postseason hopes with a hit on running back Le'Veon Bell during third quarter of Pittsburgh's 27-17 win on Sunday. After the game, Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin and Nelson had a heated conversation on the field and were separated by Bengals head coach...
Cincinnati Bengals safety Reggie Nelson laid a major hit below the waist on Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell during the teams all-important matchup Sunday night, a game that Pittsburgh won to earn the division title.
While legal, the hit looked like it could have been avoided.
Reports indicate that Bell, one of the top offensive players in the NFL this season...
Mike Tomlin and Reggie Nelson got into a verbal disagreement during the postgame handshakes following the Steelers 27-17 win over the Bengals on Sunday night to clinch the AFC North. It is unclear what was said between the two men, and we doubt either party will share the contents of the conversation with the media....Read More
Le’Veon Bell left the second half of the Steelers-Bengals game Sunday with a knee injury suffered following a hit from Reggie Nelson. Bell caught a pass on the first play of the Steelers’ second drive of the half and took it 19 yards before being nailed by Nelson. The Steelers began giving the ball to...Read More
There have been a lot of interceptions in the NFL this season, but this one might just win the best of the year award in my humble opinion.
Watch Cincinnati Bengals safety Reggie Nelson rip this pass right out of Denver Broncos tight end Julius Thomas‘ hands:
I could be wrong but it looked to me like Nelson simply wanted that ball more than Thomas did.
Cincinnati took over deep...
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Safety Reggie Nelson overheard a Bengals teammate trying to provide some insight about how it all went so wrong in Foxborough. He decided that maybe Patriots coach Bill Belichick had the best idea.
When everything goes wrong, just move on.
"I'm on to the next team," Nelson said, channeling the hoodie-clad coach.
Given how soundly the Bengals were beaten, it was...
Via AP on Fox
October 06, 2014