PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pro Bowl running back Le’Veon Bell is officially back at work with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Bell signed his franchise tender on Monday, clearing him to return for the 2017 season... Seattle Times
Le’Veon Bell wants to be paid as a No. 1 running back and a No. 2 receiver, but the Steelers instead have used the RB franchise tag on him. If he sits out part of training camp in protest, all the.. SI.com
The NFL’s deadline for signing franchise-tagged players to long-term contracts came and went Monday with the Rams not reaching a deal with cornerback Trumaine Johnson.
Johnson, 27, will earn.. L.A. Times
The deadline for Kirk Cousins and the Washington Redskins to sign a long-term deal has passed, meaning the quarterback will play a second consecutive season on the franchise tag. The team confirmed no.. Seattle Times