PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pittsburgh Steelers rookie running back Le'Veon Bell says he's "lucky" to have only sustained a concussion following a big hit at the goal line late in last Thursday's 22-20 loss to Baltimore.
Bell was attempting to bring the Steelers within a 2-point conversion when he was slammed into by Ravens defensive back Jimmy Smith. Bell lost his helmet and says he was "out of it" following the game.
Bell was limited to running on Monday and isn't sure if he'll be available on Sunday when the Steelers (5-7) face the Dolphins (6-6). The second-round draft pick leads Pittsburgh with 528 yards rushing and five touchdowns. He is also fifth on the team with 33 receptions.
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