Suspended RB Le'Veon Bell rushed three times for 21 yards and caught 5-of-5 targets for 37 yards in the Steelers' third preseason game.
As part of the settlement that reduced his four-game suspension to three games, Le'Veon Bell was kept in Stage 2 of the NFL's substance abuse program.
Le'Veon Bell's four-game suspension was reduced to three on appeal.
Le'Veon Bell said no date has been scheduled for the appeal of his four-game suspension.
According to ESPN's Sal Paolantonio, the Steelers are "pretty confident" suspended RB Le'Veon Bell will play in Week 1.
Suspended RB Le'Veon Bell declared himself 100 percent recovered from last year's MCL and PCL tears.
ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports suspended RB Le'Veon Bell has resembled his 2014 form in camp.
Suspended RB Le'Veon Bell has had "no problem" making open-field cuts in his recovery from last year's MCL and PCL tears.
When speaking to reporters at the start of Steelers camp on Thursday, Le'Veon Bell "did not sound nearly so certain" that he would win the appeal of his four-game suspension.
Le'Veon Bell (MCL, PCL) has been cleared for the start of training camp.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin expects Le'Veon Bell's suspension appeal to take place in "mid-August."
Citing "information gathered," Profootballtalk.com reports there's a "strong sense" in league circles that Le'Veon Bell is unlikely to win the appeal of his four-game suspension.
In an Instagram post, Le'Veon Bell declared he is "gonna win the appeal" of his four-game suspension.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Le'Veon Bell's potential four-game suspension is the result of "several" missed drug tests.