Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell faces a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s drug policy, according to multiple reports Friday. The violation wasn’t due to a positive for a banned substance, but rather a result of Bell missing a drug test, ESPN reported, citing a source close to the situation. The appeals process is underway and a decision on whether the four-game ban will be upheld is expected to be decided by the start of the regular season. NFL spokesperson Brain McCarthy declined to comment. Bell sat out the first two games for violating the league’s policy on substances of abuse after a marijuana possession and a DUI arrest outside Pittsburgh in August 2014. Bell initially
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Earlier this week, it was announced that former New York Giants general manager Ernie Accorsi would be among a trio of new inductees into the team’s Ring of Honor. Accorsi, who was the Giants’ GM from 1998-2007, will join former head coach Tom Coughlin and retired defensive end Justin Tuck as the newest enshrinees. “When you start working in the National Football League, this is not something you would ever dream could happen,” Accorsi told Giants.com after being informed of the honor. “I’ve seen these in different stadiums, and when you see all the great players and coaches up there, it’s not something I ever thought could happen. I can’t even put into words what an honor it is, especially with