I'm not on the get rid of Le'Veon Bell bandwagon. I think the Steelers are blessed to have one of the best backs in the league now. Not only running the ball, the guy is 2nd in receptions behind non other than AB where we are lining him up against cornerbacks with him winning the battle. He is a centerpiece to our offense and has been critical in moving the chains and scoring touchdowns. So I don't think you truly can 'replace' players like him. Players like him, Shazier, Polamalu, etc.. you can't truly 'replace' these people IMO. With all that said, the younger running backs will have an opportunity to play. http://www.espn.com/blog/pittsburgh...samuels-hopes-to-answer-the-bell-for-steelers I'm excited about the Jaylen Samuels pick. I really don't get the whole "he doesn't have an identity or position" thing. The guy is obviously a tailback. I guess we could run some double RB packages with him either as a fullback or halfback. I don't see him as a tight end at all although they ran him at the position periodically. It sounds like the guy might even be able to play the slot receiver (of course this is yet to be seen in the NFL.) We do seem to have some good depth behind Le'Veon. I don't think we have a lot of game changers like Bell, but we have guys that can make plays and help score TDs. so It'll be interesting to watch in preseason how these guys play. I think a lot of eyes will be open to how much Le'Veon really adds to our offense. I don't think a lot of people are appreciating what the Steelers have right now with him.