REPORT: Steelers Want To Trade RB Le’Veon Bell To Seattle For Earl Thomas

As we begin Week 4 of the NFL season, Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell has yet to report to the team as it’s becoming abundantly clear that Bell’s days in Pittsburgh are clearly over.

There have been rumors that the Steelers are looking for potential trade partners for Bell, but it wasn’t made official until Sunday when NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that the team has set a price tag for the RB:

According to Jason La Confora of CBS Sports, one potential team the Steelers have in mind is the Seattle Seahawks and in return they would take on a disgruntled Earl Thomas.

Any team that agrees to acquire Bell would have to have enough salary-cap space to absorb Bell’s $10 million cap hit.

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