The Pittsburgh Steelers are working out a rookie running back today as Le'Veon Bell, the team's superstar offensive piece, continues to be absent from training camp.
The news shouldn't come as too much of a surprise. The Steelers need camp bodies in Latrobe and if Bell wants to sit out longer, someone has to fill a spot. Radcliff would likely come in for only a few weeks if the Steelers quickly release him upon Bell's eventual signing.
A back out of Miami, Florida, Radcliff was Louisville's second-leading rusher last year under Heisman-winning pivot Lamar Jackson. Over four seasons the 24-year-old rushed for 2,365 yards and 26 scores.
We'll see what happens and keep updated on the situation.