As the high-profile holdout of Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell continues, more reports are surfacing about past Pittsburgh offers that the two-time All-Pro has apparently turned down. The three-time 1,000-yard rusher nixed an offer from the Steelers with the team pledging $47 million to Bell over three years, Pro Football Talk reported Friday. An NFL source told PFT that the package had the potential to guarantee Bell $20 million -- a $10 million signing bonus plus another $10 million bonus soon after the agreement.

As the high-profile holdout of Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell continues, more reports are surfacing about past Pittsburgh offers that the two-time All-Pro has apparently turned down. The three-time 1,000-yard rusher nixed an offer from the Steelers with the team pledging $47 million to Bell over three years, Pro Football Talk reported Friday. An NFL source told PFT that the package had the potential to guarantee Bell $20 million -- a $10 million signing bonus plus another $10 million bonus soon after the agreement.

As the high-profile holdout of Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell continues, more reports are surfacing about past Pittsburgh offers that the two-time All-Pro has apparently turned down. The three-time 1,000-yard rusher nixed an offer from the Steelers with the team pledging $47 million to Bell over three years, Pro Football Talk reported Friday. An NFL source told PFT that the package had the potential to guarantee Bell $20 million -- a $10 million signing bonus plus another $10 million bonus soon after the agreement.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown said Thursday that his frustration on the sideline during Sunday's game and his tweet toward a critic on Monday came from his desire to win. Meeting with reporters for the first time since the team's 42-37 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs, Brown made it clear he does not want a trade, but rather for his team to start performing at the level it has previously. "We were losing the game... we haven't won a game yet," Brown said.

Updated 9/14 at 6:00 PM ET. Lots of injury news/changes today. Removed Devonta Freeman, Leonard Fournette and Darren Sproles. Added Marlon Mack, Corey Grant and LeGarrette Blount. Moved Tevin Coleman and T.J. Yeldon up. Ticked Rex Burkhead, Jordan Wilkins

Browns tie! Browns tie! Browns tie! It's not a win, but Cleveland will take it after going 0-16 last year and 1-15 in 2016. The Browns rallied from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter against the rival Steelers and snapped a 17-game losing streak

The Browns rallied from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter against the rival Steelers and snapped a 17-game losing streak with a 21-21 result that left fans celebrating in the rain. For a while, it seemed the Steelers would cruise to another easy win over the Browns even without Le'Veon Bell. Backup James Conner had 135 yards rushing and two touchdowns and caught five passes for 57 yards.

While rumors circulated that a trade could be the only solution in Bell's holdout, NFL Network reported Thursday the Steelers will not rescind the franchise tag or trade Bell. Bell has not signed a $14.5 million tender as the team's designated franchise player, and it's unclear when he plans to return to the team. Bell's agent, Adisa Bakari, suggested in an appearance during ESPN's "NFL Live" on Wednesday that Bell's holdout could continue past this week, saying that his client "is going to do the things necessary to protect his value long term." --Kansas City safety Eric Berry missed practice again, and NFL Network reports the Chiefs are concerned about the right heel issue that has kept him out since mid-August.

While rumors circulated that a trade could be the only solution in Bell's holdout, NFL Network reported Thursday the Steelers will not rescind the franchise tag or trade Bell. Bell has not signed a $14.5 million tender as the team's designated franchise player, and it's unclear when he plans to return to the team. Bell's agent, Adisa Bakari, suggested in an appearance during ESPN's "NFL Live" on Wednesday that Bell's holdout could continue past this week, saying that his client "is going to do the things necessary to protect his value long term." --Kansas City safety Eric Berry missed practice again, and NFL Network reports the Chiefs are concerned about the right heel issue that has kept him out since mid-August.

PITTSBURGH (AP) -- The Pittsburgh Steelers created just 20 turnovers in 2012.

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