Le’Veon Bell



    Team: Pittsburgh Steelers

    Position: RB

    Number: 26

    Experience: 5

    Height/Weight: 6′ 1″ / 225 pounds

    College (Hometown): Michigan State (Columbus, OH)



    DRFN: Free Agency, Brown and Beckham, Tight Ends

    When I decided to join Armchair in the Summer of 2017, a lot was different. The...

    DRFN: Running Backs, Robert Kraft, Le’Veon Bell

    Zach Cohen looks at eight RB prospects, wonders how the Robert Kraft controversy affects the Patriots, predicts who will land Le'Veon Bell and more.

    Colbert Steps into Media Cesspool

    The media did not miss an opportunity to jump all over an innocuous comment by Kevin Colbert about Ben Roethlisberger's leadership of the Pittsburgh Steelers. His interview gave the media another chance to jump all over Ben with all the insight of armchair psychiatrists, diagnosing the so-called Steeler lock room ills, attributing everything from AB's demand to leave the team to climate change on Ben's lack of leadership. Colbert cleared up the Steeler's intentions for both Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown. We were very happy to learn of the re-signing of Tyson Alu-Alu, solidifying depth on the defensive line. Still hanging out there as free agents: Chickillo, Sensabaugh, Forte, Foster and James. Jesse is attracting interest from a few teams, so we'll see if TE depth becomes another area of need. Speaking of which, Colbert mentioned both Chris Boswell and Artie Burns and the regression they experienced last season. Competition will be brought in for Boswell. We already knew that we've got to bring in real talent at cornerback and We talk about the other positions of need: ILB, WR, safety.

    DRFN: Quarterbacks, AAF, and Season Expansion

    Zach Cohen dissects eight QB prospects, examines the AAF, wonders why the Broncos traded for Joe Flacco, proposes an 18-week season and more.

    NFL: The State of the League

    Similar to the Presidential State of Union, Zach Cohen gives a formal recap and report on the 2018-2019 NFL season, including why it was a tremendous success and why there's no better time to be an NFL fan.



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