2-minute Drill: Steelers Place Franchise Tag on Bell for Second Straight Year


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  • The Steelers didn’t want to use the franchise tag on Le’Veon Bell. He didn’t want to receive it, either.
  • Kevin Kramer wasn’t happy about the number of hard outs he was making, hard hits for which he wasn’t reaping rewards. So he set out to change the trajectory of the ball.
  • It’s become impossible for Tristan Jarry to match teammate Matt Murray’s remarkable anomaly of winning two Stanley Cups as a rookie starting goalie.
  • Bonzie Colson arrived at the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament ready to play as much as Notre Dame needs him this week in Brooklyn. The broken left foot that cost him 15 games this season is no longer an issue.
  • Add saving lives to the list of talents for Carolina Panthers multifaceted running back Christian McCaffrey.

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