Joique Bell | RB | Detroit Lions
Posted: 1/31/2014 12:59am et
Detroit Lions restricted free-agent RB Joique Bell said he hopes to sign a long-term deal with the team before the start of free agency. The Lions are expected to at least give him a first- or second-round tender offer.
Huddle Up: Even though Reggie Bush remains the Lions' top RB, most every team is going with the two-RB approach these days and Bell more than proved his worth last season with a career-high 1,197 yards from scrimmage and 8 TDs.
Posted: 11/21/2013 1:50pm et
Detroit Lions RB Joique Bell (Achilles') practiced Thursday, Nov. 21.
Huddle Up: Bell, who was injured late in the Week 11 game against the Steelers, got back to work after sitting out Wednesday. Bell had 12 touches in the game -- his most since starter Reggie Bush missed Week 3 -- but look for that to dip back down this week after much was made of Bush's poor game Sunday.
Posted: 10/16/2013 2:56pm et
Detroit Lions RB Joique Bell (ribs) is participating in practice Wednesday, Oct. 16.
Huddle Up: This is good news after Bell injured his ribs last week. Keep an eye on him as the week progresses.
Posted: 10/13/2013 10:17pm et
Detroit Lions RB Joique Bell (ribs) had X-rays after the Week 6 game against the Cleveland Browns due to an injury to his ribs. The X-rays were negative. He said Sunday, Oct. 13, that he was still in pain in the locker room after the game.
Huddle Up: This could mean some time for Mikel Leshoure, but it doesn't sound too serious for Bell.
Posted: 5/5/2013 11:38pm et
Detroit Lions RB Joique Bell may be the early favorite for the No. 3 running back job because he made plays when given the opportunity last season. Bell, though, will have to work on his ball security if he wants to win the job.
Huddle Up: With the FA signing of Reggie Bush, starter Mikel Leshoure and Bell take a step back on the depth chart, leaving little chance either will repeat their 2012 production aside from an injury to Bush. For Bell that means his 899 yards from scrimmage and 5 TDs could easily be cut in half in 2013.