Pittsburgh Steelers star running back LeVeon Bell says he's on schedule for training camp and that his leg is "probably stronger than it ever was" after rehabbing a right knee injury that knocked him out of last season.
In a sit-down interview with ESPN on Saturday, Bell said he's beyond all the physical hurdles he faced, and right on time for him to report to the Steelers on July 28. But it will be up to the team to decide his workload in training camp and the preseason.
Bell suffered a torn MCL and PCL in Week 8 and had surgery last November. He played five games last year and rushed for 556 yards with three touchdowns. He'll likely be the first RB off the board in your fantasy draft this summer and perhaps even a top-five selection. Looks like there are no issues with his rehab up to this point and he's ready to go.