PITTSBURGH (AP) - Le'Veon Bell's stall inside the Pittsburgh Steelers locker room has been untouched for months. The Pittsburgh Penguins jersey. The black-and-yellow Jordans. Sweatpants. Cleats. His shoulder pads. Everything remains the same as it was when Bell walked out of the team's facility in January to begin his standoff with the club.
The only thing that's been disturbed is the chair. Some days a teammate's workout clothes dangle from the back of it. On others - like Monday - a Steeler uses the seat as a spot to throw his lunch plate.