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Twitter reacts to Steelers failing to reach deal with Le’Veon Bell

Rachel Wold

As many expected, a long-term deal between the Pittsburgh Steelers and star running back Le’Veon Bell did not get struck prior to Monday’s deadline.

Bell had reportedly been seeking what would be close to quarterback pay and the Steelers were not willing to commit to that. Now, he is slated to earn $14.5 million on the franchise tag.

From already predicting where Bell will land in 2019, to naming his replacement, to the fantasy football fallout, let’s see what the Twitter world thinks about Bell and his long-term contract dilemma.