Player holdouts are nothing new, of course, but what makes Bell's case different is that his teammates appeared genuinely shocked that he didn't return to Pittsburgh last week.
Roethlisberger threw three interceptions in the first half and finished 23 of 41 for 335 yards, throwing a 22-yard touchdown pass in the fourth quarter to Antonio Brown.
Speaking of beast mode, Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker T.J. Watt recorded four sacks and had eight tackles.
It was another positive for Gordon, who missed most of training camp to address health issues and was playing in his first season opener since 2012 because of drug and alcohol addictions.
Josh Gordon made just one catch - one mesmerizing, jaw-dropping, game-tying catch. Gordon has also been battling a hamstring issue.
"Obviously disappointed at the outcome, a tie game", Browns coach Hue Jackson said after the game.
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Open among other events and, after a brief attempt to play at the start of this season, had an operation in February. Nishikori said he was happy to have made it to the semi-finals. "That's makes me feels alive again".
The Browns revamped offensive line, with rookie Desmond Harrison at left tackle, surrendered - sacks. "He's continuing to get better as well".
However, the weirdest, wackiest game of the day came in the rainy-Cleveland conditions, where the Steelers tied the Browns 21-21. The Browns were driving just past midfield and were attempting to set up a potential game-winning field goal attempt. ". The guys fighting, coming back and giving us a chance. the defense did some good things". The Browns and the Steelers tied at 21.
It was one year ago in this very same game where T.J. Watt made his National Football League debut against the Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland and Pittsburgh exchanged possessions late in the fourth quarter before the Browns took control of the ball with 2:10 remaining. 2017 third-round pick James Conner stepped in and up, rushing for 135 yards and two touchdowns on 31 carries.
Browns: DE Emmanuel Ogbah left briefly with an ankle injury in the first quarter but returned.
To be fair, the last time the Steelers played to a tie, Tommy Maddox threw for 473 yards, Plaxico Burress had 253 yards receiving and Amos Zereoue (!) ran for another 123 yards in a 34-34 finish against Michael Vick and the Falcons on November 10, 2002.