Sources tell ESPN's John Clayton that Le'Veon Bell is expected to be suspended for the first two games of next season.
Le'Veon Bell was sentenced to 15 months' probation as a result of his August DUI arrest.
Le'Veon Bell said his knee is at about "85-90 percent."
Owner Art Rooney II said he doesn't know whether Le'Veon Bell will be suspended for his August arrest.
Le'Veon Bell (knee) plans to play in the Jan. 25 Pro Bowl.
Steelers declared RB Le'Veon Bell, CB Ike Taylor, WR Lance Moore, QB Landry Jones, OL Chris Hubbard, TE Michael Palmer, and DE Clifton Geathers inactive for Saturday night's Wild Card game against the Ravens.
Le'Veon Bell (knee) has been ruled out for Saturday's Wild Card game against the Ravens.
Le'Veon Bell (knee) missed Steelers practice on Thursday.
Le'Veon Bell (knee) did not practice Wednesday.
Le'Veon Bell said his hyperextended knee feels "great," but declined to say whether he'll play in Saturday night's Wild Card Round game against the Ravens.
CBS Sports' Jason La Canfora considers Le'Veon Bell (knee) "likely out" for the Wild Card Round against the Ravens.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Le'Veon Bell (hyperextended knee) has avoided ligament damage, but is highly questionable for Saturday's Wild Card game.
Le'Veon Bell (knee) reportedly could "barely walk" when spotted at the Steelers facility Monday.
Coach Mike Tomlin said Le'Veon Bell's right knee injury is "not anything major."