For Le'Veon Bell, it has been a rough season for the Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro running back. After sitting out the first two games due to suspension, he played in six games before tearing his MCL against the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 8 of the 2015 season.
For the most part, Bell quietly went about his business and his rehabilitation while the Steelers were able to muster a 10-6 record and secure a spot in the AFC Playoffs. With some seeing Bell as more focused on the release of his new rap album than getting back on the football field. the running back made sure fans knew his priorities aren't out of line.
Tuesday, Bell took to social media to tell fans that he has finally been cleared to run again after suffering his knee injury, which is great news for Bell and the Steelers as the offseason continues.
Check out what was posted on his verified Twitter and SnapChat accounts:
Le'Veon Bell back to running on the treadmill with RB coach James Saxon, from Bell's official Snapchat. - TH pic.twitter.com/NuOMbLG356— DKPittsburghSports (@DKPghSports) March 1, 2016