Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell tore his MCL in Week 8 against the Cincinnati Bengals, causing him to miss the rest of the 2015 season. Bell recently made his first return to Steelers' minicamp practice, and he's been working hard to come back better than ever.
One of the quickest offensive weapons in the NFL, Bell has been working all off-season on his speed and agility. You would think dealing with a major knee injury would slow a running back down, but Bell looks just fine. And the 2014 Pro Bowler recently posted some speed workouts on his Instagram to prove it.
In the video below, Bell performs an Agility Cone Drill to hone his change of direction and explosion out of cuts. He carries a ball during the drill to concentrate on not fumbling during games.
In the next video, Bell does High Knees Over Mini-Hurdles to help his footwork, speed and agility when trying to make defenders miss. As you can see, Bell keeps his knees high, doesn't hit the hurdles and explodes out of every break.
In this last video, Bell works on his running form, stride length and stride frequency with Assisted Sprints. You can see him wearing a belt and being pulled by a trainer. This drill also get Bell used to running faster.
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