So are fantasy owners

The Pittsburgh Steelers officially want Le'Veon Bell to get back to work, as well as all the people who have already drafted him on their fantasy squads. 

Bell was a no-show at the Steelers facility Monday and has a $14.5-million franchise tender waiting for him.

Bell has averaged nearly 130 yards per game since entering the league in 2013, would forfeit $853,000 for every game week he goes unsigned.

I'm hoping he shows up, because it really does greatly affect fantasy football. Plus the Steelers won't go anywhere without him. 

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