As we digest the unfortunate news of an upcoming four-game suspension for Le’Veon Bell, there are a number of practical issues the team must address if the Steelers running back is unsuccessful in his appeal against the ban. With DeAngelo Williams on the roster, Pittsburgh is well-positioned to replace Bell with a quality player who has starting ability. Although, at 33-years old and hardly a blemish free injury history of his own, the Steelers have very little depth to fall back on should the need arise. Fitzgerald Toussaint offers some promise after his promotion from the practice squad last year, showcasing some of his talents during the Wildcard game against the Cincinnati Bengals, but he is unquestionably inexperienced.
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WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — Reggie Bush worked up a sweat at BRICK CrossFit Los Angeles on Thursday amid all the talk about which team he might play for next season. The Buffalo Bills are making the most headlines, since NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that they’ve “targeted” Bush, though Rapoport added that the running back is taking his time with his decision. Bush, who played for the San Francisco 49ers last season, repeated that news when asked if he has made any progress in deciding where he’ll be suiting up in the fall. “I know everybody’s been texting me and asking about Buffalo, but as of right now, I haven’t made a decision. But if the opportunity is there, obviously, Buffalo is the