Bell has until 4 p.m. Monday to reach a long-term deal with the Steelers. Bell will make $12.1 million this season, the average of the five highest-paid running backs in the league.
The Pittsburgh Steelers and running back Le'Veon Bell were not able to come to an agreement on a contract extension prior to Monday's deadline. He has not yet signed his one-year tender after the Steelers placed the franchise tag on him in March, so he would not be subject to fines, according to NBC Sports ProFootballTalk.
The $12.1 million Bell is scheduled to earn in 2017 is roughly $4 million more than what LeSean McCoy earns in a year.
Bell has not yet signed his franchise tender.
Despite intense negotiations between the two sides, the gap between demand and offer was too wide to bridge.
Another player who could sign a contract extension prior to the team traveling to Cleveland is tackle Alejandro Villanueva, who is now set to earn $615,000 in 2017 after being issued an exclusive rights tender ahead of the start of the 2017 league year.
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Bell's 157 total yards per game last season ranks third all-time for a running back.
For now, the question is when Bell will arrive in camp.
Bell especially shined in Week 14, when he set the franchise regular-season rushing record in a single game with 236 yards.
The Steelers have just hours left to sign their franchise player, Le'Veon Bell, to a new contract.
NFL Network ranked Bell the No. 9 overall player in its 2017 rankings.