The NFL has reduced Le'Veon Bell's suspension for violating the league's substance-abuse policy from three games to two.
The NFL and Le'Veon Bell are negotiating a settlement that could reduce his three-game suspension to one or two games.
Suspended RB Le'Veon Bell was a full participant for the start of Steelers camp on Monday.
Le'Veon Bell says his right knee still isn't fully healthy.
Suspended RB Le'Veon Bell has not yet had an appeal hearing with the NFL regarding his three-game ban.
Commissioner Roger Goodell stated Tuesday that he "isn't aware" of Le'Veon Bell's appeal of his three-game suspension.
Suspended RB Le'Veon Bell told reporters Wednesday that he "doesn't know" when the NFL will hear the appeal of his three-game ban.
Le'Veon Bell says his right knee is "close" to 100 percent.
Le'Veon Bell is still hoping to get his three-game suspension reduced.
Le'Veon Bell (knee) says he's "getting close" to 100 percent.
NFL suspended Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell three games for violating the league's substance abuse policy.
Le'Veon Bell faces up to a two-game suspension under the terms of the NFL's new substance abuse policy.
OC Todd Haley confirmed Le'Veon Bell will remain a three-down back.
Le'Veon Bell faces a maximum suspension of four games.