Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, the former Michigan Stater, is not worried about a tweaked hamstring slowing him down at training camp. Bell sat out Monday's first padded practice as a precaution after feeling a twinge in his hamstring on Sunday. He insists it won't be an issue going forward as he tries to improve on one of the best rookie seasons in team history. Bell ran for 1,259 yards last year after missing the first three games with an injury.
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