|July 22, 20166:27 AM PT7:27 AM MT8:27 AM CT9:27 AM ET13:27 GMT9:27 PM 北京时间6:27 AM MST8:27 AM EST8:27 AM CT17:27 UAE9:27 ET12:27 - Bell is reportedly facing a four-game suspension for missing drug tests, but on Monday took to social media and said he will appeal if suspended and is confident he will win his appeal. "I'm not going to miss games, trust me," he posted on Instagram.
Analysis: ESPN first reported Friday that Bell faces a four-game suspension for missed drug tests. According to the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, a player can miss up to two drug tests without forfeiting games, but a third missed test triggers a four-game ban. The second missed test results in a fine of two game checks, but not the ability to play in those games, according to ESPN.
|May 24, 20163:12 PM PT4:12 PM MT5:12 PM CT6:12 PM ET22:12 GMT6:12 AM 北京时间3:12 PM MST5:12 PM EST5:12 PM CT2:12 UAE (+1)18:12 ET21:12 - The Pittsburgh Steelers running back took the field with his teammates Tuesday for the first time since tearing the MCL in his right knee last November against Cincinnati. Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict twisted Bell awkwardly as the two tumbled out of bounds just a few yards away from where Bell's 2014 season ended after taking a shot to the same knee from Cincinnati's Reggie Nelson.
Analysis: While Bell is one of the league's most versatile and dynamic backs when healthy, he's missed 15 games (including playoffs) in three seasons. He understands concerns about being injury prone will linger, though he attributed his problems to a couple of "nasty tackles" more than anything.
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