NFL Draft: Will Steelers seek a replacement for Bell?


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Auburn running back Kerryon Johnson, left, celebrates with teammates. -- ASSOCIATED PRESS

When the Steelers selected Le'Veon Bell in the second round of the 2013 draft, many in Pittsburgh were upset that the team passed over former Alabama running back Eddie Lacy to do so. After all, so many mock drafts that year had the Steelers selecting Lacy in the first round, and Pittsburgh wound up passing on him not just once, but twice, as Bell was selected in the second round.

Nobody is questioning that pick any longer. While Lacy rushed for 1,000 yards in his first season with Green Bay -- which selected him soon after the Steelers passed on him for the second time -- he has struggled with injury and weight issues since and now is a rotational back with the Seattle Seahawks.

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