Le’Veon Bell shows off sick receiving skills at Steelers training camp


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The Pittsburgh Steelers are an organization with a defensive reputation, however they should have a pretty dynamic offensive attack in 2015. With Ben Roethlisberger at quarterback, Antonio Brown and Martavius Bryant out wide, Heath Miller at tight end and Le’Veon Bell in the backfield the team possesses plenty of firepower.

Bell will miss the first two games of this year due to a suspension for violating the league’s substance abuse policy. He was arrested last year with former teammate LaGarrette Blount while driving to a preseason game. The Steelers are going to miss not only his running ability, but also his pass catching from the backfield as he sits in the early season.

Bell is trying to move on from the suspension though.

"”I just want to go out there, try to get better as a player and grow with the team,” Bell said."

Bell was second among running backs last season with 83 receptions for 854 yards and three touchdowns. It’s early in training camp, but maybe the Steelers should send Bell out wide a few times to show off his skills like in the video below.

Bell takes on Steeler teammate Lawrence Timmons in this drill and looks more like a wide receiver than a running back. Timmons is just left in the dust.

Pittsburgh will face the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night in the Hall of Fame preseason opener.

If Bell can consistently translate those kind of moves on the outside opposing secondaries are going to have their work cut out for them this year.

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