Insider Only Steelers believe Le’Veon Bell has no structural damage to injured knee

  • A top storyline for the Steelers this week will be whether Le’Veon Bell will play vs the Baltimore Ravens in the wildcard round. Bell suffered a hyper-extended knee in the Steelers 27-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals after a low hit to his knee by Bengals safety Reggie Nelson. The good news for the Steelers is there is believed to be no structural damage to Bell’s knee, but with a short week, it remains unclear if Bell will be available to play or how effective he will be if he can go. Bell finishes regular season with 1,361 rushing yards on 290 carries, 85 receptions for 854 yards and scored 11 touchdowns (8 rushing, 3 receiving).
Week 17 vs Bengals: 8 CAR – 20 Yards – 2 TD, 6 REC – 80 Yards
2014 Stats: 290 CAR – 1,361 YARDS – 8 TD, 85 REC – 854 Yards – 3 TD

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