We don't know if running back Le'Veon Bell and the Steelers are going to get a deal done by today's 4 p.m. deadline for long-term contracts for franchise-tagged players. However, the star running back has yet to sign his franchise tender and is not under contract with the team. Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins and Los Angeles Rams cornerback Trumaine Johnson are the two other players.
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The franchise tag was placed on Bell in February, which prevented him from becoming a free agent and gave the Steelers more time to negotiate a contract with Bell. While he has been recovering all offseason from groin surgery, Bell chose to stay away from most of the team's offseason practices and mandatory minicamp, which wasn't mandatory for him being as he isn't now under contract. Still, that does not mean Bell has to show up. The amount of that tag would be well over $14 million, however. And without a new contract, there's always the chance he might not.
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