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The first conversation on Thursday gives us the chances of the Steelers to sign Le’Veon Bell. Former Steeler gives Bell some advice. A Cleveland Browns player resigns on behalf of Miles Garrett. We mourn the torturous pirate anniversary. And Pittsburgh South isn’t going on yet.
Wherever you go, I return from there
… Well, this is Antonio Brown. So let’s not go that route.
But former Steelers successor Mike Wallace may also be involved.
Wallace eventually won $ 56 million after leaving Pittsburgh in 2013. But he caught just one ball in one playoff game after stops in Miami, Minnesota, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
So he knows what the money-for-success landscape might look like from Bell’s point of view.
The former Steelers, running back, has just been released in New York after a deteriorating relationship with Jets coach Adam Gase was deemed too fruitless to continue.
Wallace now advises Bell on where to sign the next one.
@LeVeonBell Bears, Rams, Patriots and Steelers go to each of these teams, if possible, and back to your old form
– Mike Wallace (@ Wallace17_daKid) October 14, 2020
After reading this, I immediately assumed that if Bell returned to Pittsburgh, it would be a disaster. If he goes to the bears or rams, it won’t matter.
And if he goes to the New England Patriots, he’ll rush for 1,000 yards in 12 weeks and they’ll be back in the Super Bowl.
Keep going. Make sure I’m wrong. Give your best.
Coaches continue to record with their preferences whether Bell is in their plans or not.
Wallace’s speculation about Chicago may have some merit. Bears coach Matt Nagy did not rule out the idea of considering Bell.
But he didn’t sound desperate either.
Asked about the recently released Le’Veon Bell, Nagy said, “I think he’s a good RB.” But Nagy added, “We absolutely love our RB here and our situation, and I’ll leave things to Ryan (Pace).”
– Kimberly A. Martin (@ByKimberleyA) October 14, 2020
In Philadelphia, Eagles coach Doug Pederson said he was “extremely comfortable” with the backs he has. Pederson added, “I think we found our man with three people in Miles (Sanders).”
Pittsburgh-born Miles Sanders goes 74 yards for a touchdown @Eagles! #FlyEaglesFly @BoobieMilesXXIV
: #PHIvsPIT on FOX
: NFL app // Yahoo Sports app: https://t.co/BGCKhfX8uY pic.twitter.com/Y3Sl2naxph
– NFL (@NFL) October 11, 2020
Based on these efforts in the Heinz field? Yes, maybe.
Kyle Shanahan of San Francisco offered a similar answer.
“I’m fine with all our boys,” Shanahan said on Wednesday. “Even Rahim.” [Mostert] did not return [from a recent knee injury]I don’t think that would change much. “
According to OddsShark.com, the Bears are a favorite to sign Bell. Guess who’s second.
Odds for which team Le’Veon Bell will play for the next (BetOnline):
Cardinals / Dolphins / Seahawks +900
Giants / Washington +1200
– Odds Shark (@OddsShark) October 14, 2020
Mike Tomlin is doing his best to quell the story of the Steelers, who play Miles Garrett for the first time since waving Mason Rudolph’s helmet.
Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski is too.
But not the brown ones that go back to Karim Hunt.
#Browns Kareem Hunt of Myles Garrett, facing #Steelers for the first time since the incident: “This is for Myles; This is for Cleveland; We gave him back, no matter what “https://t.co/jQaCvkeRIF
– Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) October 14, 2020
Sure. Because Garrett needs people to “give him his back,” because he’s obviously been the victim in all of this.
Oh, stab me with … a football helmet! Win one for Myles! Seriously, Karim ?!
Who should I sympathize with next? You?
Better luck next time
The rays of Tampa Bay – also known as Bucos South – failed at their first chance to advance to the World Series.
Reyes entered the game on Wednesday night against Houston Astros with a 3-0 lead in the American League of Championship. But Astros won Game 4 with a final score of 4-3 to avoid elimination.
Former Pirate pitcher Tyler Glasnov could not stop the Tampa series. He took the loss by allowing four won tracks for six innings.
Another former Buko, Austin Meadows, had two defeats. Game 5 is Thursday.
Should it work this way?
Every year on October 13 is a joyous day in Pittsburgh.
We need to celebrate the anniversary of Bill Mazeroski’s 1960 home win in Game 7 for the Pirates against the New York Yankees
Pittsburgh embraced its 60th anniversary on Tuesday. Well, as much as the pandemic will allow.
On that date in 1960, we saw the first and ONLY home in World Series Game 7 by Bill Mazeroski and @Pirates pic.twitter.com/YJVYeGoLll
– FOX Sports: MLB (@MLBONFOX) October 13, 2020
Unfortunately, because of these annoying things called calendars, the next day every year is the darkest baseball moment in Pittsburgh. This is the anniversary of Francisco Cabrera’s winning base hit NLCS Game 7 for the Atlanta Braves.
This not only eliminated the Pirates in 1992, but also sent the Braves to the World Series. He also catapulted the Pirates into 20 consecutive years of losing baseball.
Someone has to find Stan Belinda somewhere and hug him.
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