Detroit News staff and wire services Published 3:36 p.m. UTC Jul 17, 2018 Le’Veon Bell and the Pittsburgh Steelers failed to come to an agreement on a contract by Monday’s deadline, but the team’s franchise player held out hope for a future with the team on Twitter. Bell (Michigan State) is slated to be a free agent after playing the 2018 season for his franchise-tagged salary of $14.544 million. “to all my Steeler fans, my desire always has been to retire a Steeler...both sides worked extremely hard today to make that happen, but the NFL is a hard business at times...to the fans that had hope, I’m sorry we let youu down but trust me, 2018 will be my best season to date...,” the running back tweeted Monday afternoon. Earlier in the day on Sirius XM NFL Radio ESPN’s Adam Schefter had taken a less optimistic tone regarding Bell’s near future with the team. “I think it’s possible Le’Veon Bell sits out the first half of … [Read more...] about Monday’s NFL: Bell, Steelers fail to reach agreement
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0 of 32 Charlie Neibergall/Associated Press Distractions are the bane of every NFL coach's existence. NFL players are supposed to be laser-focused and goal-oriented. But that isn't reality. Life tends to get in the way. Personalities clash. And teams aren't always simpatico with their workforce. Each team has to contend with potential issues it could face during the 2018 campaign. Some will deal with contract squabbles. Others must attempt to deftly navigate quarterback competitions. Injuries will occur. The unpredictable is what tends to keep coaches up at night, though. The regular season doesn't start for another 15 weeks, yet plenty can and will happen between now and then to distract teams. The goal is to avoid those scenarios. A team can be proactive by addressing situations now instead of letting them linger for the next few months. Granted, it isn't always possible to do so. The following issues could plague each NFL team in the 2018 … [Read more...] about Every NFL Team’s Biggest Potential Distraction for 2018
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Sports NFL Peyton Manning is reportedly considering joining an ownership bid for the Carolina Panthers, after turning down multiple offers to return to the NFL. According to sources cited by the Charlotte Observer, the five-time NFL MVP has been contacted by Ben Navarro, a billionaire who is involved in negotiations to buy the Panthers, and is considering the offer to become a limited partner. Peyton Manning looks on prior to Super Bowl LII between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots at U.S. Bank Stadium on February 4, 2018 in Minneapolis. Elsa/Getty Images Manning retired in 2016 after guiding the Denver Broncos to success in Super Bowl 50 against the Panthers and has had a number of opportunities to be involved with the NFL again. Last year, CBS Sports reported the two-time Super Bowl winner had been approached by the Cleveland Browns for a role in their front office, a rumour Browns owner Jimmy Haslam has since dismissed. Recommended Slideshows 51 … [Read more...] about Carolina Panthers Sale: Could Peyton Manning Return to the NFL as Owner?