In what he says is the only time he'll speak on the matter, Le'Veon Bell posted videos to his Twitter and Instagram account, issuing an apology and explaining what happened that led up to his suspension.
Bell, 24, had been suspended after missing league-mandated drug tests. While Bell awaits the results of an appeal for a four-game suspension for missed drug tests - he has declined comment on the dynamics of the case - the fourth-year player has seen a sizable workload in camp.
Bell was also suspended for the start of last season, missing two games.
Bell, who remains eligible to practice and play with the team through the remainder of the preseason, is the second marquee player for Pittsburgh to face disciplinary action by the league.
Bell's appeal successfully convinced the National Football League to reduce his suspension. I've made mistakes, but I want you guys to understand I never purposefully missed any drug test.
Despite losing Bell for three games, the Steelers are in good position to play without him.
Last year, Bell had a four-game suspension reduced to two games after a marijuana incident with former Steeler LeGarrette Blount in Ross Township. "We will continue to work with Le'Veon to help him eliminate his distractions in his life so he can reach his full potential as a member of our community as well as player for the Pittsburgh Steelers". But he also said on social media that he wouldn't miss a game due to the suspension and for the haters, "Let em hate". But they should be able to ride him for three games and get decent production in the short-term until Bell returns. Despite this being his second suspension, the team's general manager, Kevin Colbert, says that the team still supports Bell in his official statement from the team. His 2,215 yards rushing and receiving set the team record and he earned All-Pro.
At just 23 the the warrior queens at 57 kilos are looking at a grim vista should Jones retain her enthusiasm for the Olympic hunt. Spain's Eva Calvo is to be commended for stretching the 23-year-old North Walian after falling behind 6-0 in the opening round.
Definitely not as a coach though. "The opponent is stronger than me", Yoshida said after the match, according to the USOC. The U.S. plays in the men's semifinals at 1 p.m. against Italy, which beat Olympic first-timer Iran in straight sets.
Spanish fourth seed Garbine Muguruza won her first Cincinnati match with a defeat of Coco Vandeweghe 7-6 (7/4), 6-2. Steve Johnson's 6-3, 7-6 (6) victory over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga saw him become the top-ranked American in men's tennis.
The visitors have returned to their homes in Texas, New York and Taiwan. "I want everybody in this state to stay safe". Three of the cases in Miami Beach were people who live outside the area, Scott said Friday.
The announcement comes as the investigation enters a new phase with the National Transportation Safety Board taking charge. Board said the explosion fueled a "natural gas-fed" fire that consumed the apartments above and next to the meter room.
I can play right tackle or anywhere on the line", Davis said. "But we're going to be very smart in how that's done". Some reports called it a "dead arm" and said he could be out for weeks trying to get it back on track.
But the decision should hardly come as a surprise as Mr Morrison had initially raised concerns about the Chinese investment. The Australian government continues to support the NSW government's plan in this regard.
Buchanan, whose speed and physicality normally allow her to thrive, has seen four yellow cards in four games played at Rio. Since the Olympic women's football competition began, there was a feeling that Brazil would finally snatch a gold medal.
Governor Jerry Brown declared a state of emergency for San Bernardino County, just 60 miles (100 kilometers) east of Los Angeles. Authorities have been unable to say how many homes have been destroyed, but some fear it will be in the hundreds.