Latest Sports Scores

Scoreboard

  • ALL
  • MLB
  • MLB
  • Live
    Tex3
    NYY1
  • Live
    Oak4
    CWS0
  • Live
    Tor1
    KC1
  • 6/24 4:05 PM EDT
    Cin
    Was
  • 6/24 4:10 PM EDT
    Min
    Cle
  • 6/24 4:10 PM EDT
    Mil
    Atl
  • 6/24 4:10 PM EDT
    ChC
    Mia
  • 6/24 4:10 PM EDT
    Bal
    TB
  • 6/24 7:15 PM EDT
    LAA
    Bos
  • 6/24 7:15 PM EDT
    Pit
    StL
  • 6/24 7:15 PM EDT
    NYM
    SF
  • 6/24 10:10 PM EDT
    Hou
    Sea
  • 6/24 10:10 PM EDT
    Col
    LAD
  • 6/24 10:10 PM EDT
    Det
    SD
  • 6/24 10:10 PM EDT
    Phi
    Ari

Le'Veon Bell suffers brutal knee injury (Video)

Steelers William Gay Fined Almost $6,000 For Supporting Domestic Violence

The last thing the Pittsburgh Steelers needed this season was another injury to a massive star. They had already lost Ben Roethlishberger for a handful of games, but they have now lost perhaps the most vital part of their offensive attack for what could be the rest of the season.

Bell suffered a brutal knee injury against the Bengals on Sunday afternoon, which might end his season if it ends up being as serious as it looked when it happened.

Here's the video of the injury — it's not for the faint of heart:

Bell is the Steelers best offensive weapon, but without him and with the lost weeks with Roethlisbereger, the Steelers are going to be battling uphill this entire season and things won't be any easier.

It's not impossible that the Steelers can bounce back and make the playoffs this year, as they were managing to tread water without Big Ben under center. But a lot of that was helped by the fact that Bell was active in the lineup and being a weapon that carried the offense, and without him there is a dynamic missing.

That being said, D'Angelo Williams was more than capable of backing Bell up when he missed the first two games of the season, and the Steelers might be better off than we all think.

Read Full Story

Sign up for Breaking News by AOL to get the latest breaking news alerts and updates delivered straight to your inbox.

Subscribe to our other newsletters

Emails may offer personalized content or ads. Learn more. You may unsubscribe any time.