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Titans LG Bell takes blame for botched two-point conversion

Tennessee Titans left guard Byron Bell said any criticism of the team's failed two point conversion in Sunday's loss to the Indianapolis Colts should be directed at him. With the Tennessee trailing 35-33 with less than a minute to go, the team elected to have fullback Jalston Fowler try to punch the ball in from the one-yard line in an effort to tie the game. The Colts stuffed Fowler...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Byron Bell the new Andy Levitre?

The Tennessee Titans continue to test their offensive line sans veteran Andy Levitre. Since 2013, Andy Levitre has held the position without much of a challenge. This offseason, the Titans acquired former Carolina Panther Byron Bell. Offensive line coach Bob Bostad may have found Bell’s true calling. Bostad said; “Bell is much nimbler on his feet than Andy Levitre, putting Bell...
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August 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Titans OL Byron Bell adjusting to move to guard

The Tennessee Titans decision this week to give offensive lineman Byron Bell first-team reps at left guard is one coaches say was a few months in the making. Bell, who has played tackle throughout his first four seasons in the NFL, has supplanted normal starter Andy Levitre - for this week at least.  Titans offensive line coach Bob Bostad said the idea for moving Bell came from...
Via Fox Sports
August 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Byron Bell back in comfort zone at right tackle

It's a new team and new season for Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Byron Bell, one he hopes to capitalize on by moving back to his old home on the right side of the line. Bell, who signed with the Titans In April, spent the the previous four seasons with the Carolina Panthers. After playing right tackle his first three seasons, the Panthers moved him to the left side in 2014, following...
Via Fox Sports
May 31, 2015  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers: Answering the Bell at Left Tackle

Left tackle Byron Bell working on pass protection Byron Bell, or Big B, as Cam Newton calls him, is responsible for protecting the quarterback’s blind side.  The Carolina Panthers previously  solidified that position with retired cornerstone left tackle, Jordan Gross. Management within the organization understood that moving the former undrafted free agent from the right side...
February 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Carolina Panthers: Horton sees a Newton

The Carolina Panthers began the off-season with serious questions regarding three key areas: the offensive line, the wide receiving corps, and the secondary. The team made serious strides to answer those questions through the draft and free agency, but by training camp many of those questions had not been answered. Through the course of Panthers camps and the first preseason game...
August 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Panthers' Bell confident in filling void at left tackle

CHARLOTTE -- All-Pro Jordan Gross was a mainstay at left tackle for the Carolina Panthers for 11 years with the team. While other positions recycled and faced questions, there was never any doubt as to whom was going to be protecting the quarterback's blindside. However, much to the chagrin of the Panthers organization, the 33-year-old Gross announced his retirement at season's end...
Via Fox Sports Carolinas
May 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Panthers OT Byron Bell Sign His Restricted Tender

  Panthers LT Byron Bell officially signed his restricted tender on Monday, according to the NFL’s transactions release. Bell was one of the few remaining restricted free agents who had yet to sign their tenders. He’ll make $2.187 million for the 2014 season under this deal. Carolina is obviously very thin in terms of their offensive line depth, so Bell figures to be in a great...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
May 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Breaking news: Carolina Panthers’ starting left tackle signs tender

Offensive tackle Byron Bell has signed his restricted free agent tenure with the Carolina Panthers according to multiple sources. The contract is worth $2.78 million in 2014 and it is a second rounder. This means other teams are free to sign Byron Bell to offer sheets, but if after a week the Panthers don’t match, the team that signs Bell will send Carolina a second round pick...
Via cover32 - Panthers
May 05, 2014  |  1 Comment

How does moving Byron Bell to left tackle affect the Panthers’ draft plans?

Last week, Carolina Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman said last year’s starting right tackle, Byron Bell will move to the left side. He also added that Bell may be the starter at left tackle, a sentiment head coach Ron Rivera echoed. In the story we ran on cover32, we pointed out why it may not be a terrible thing since Bell is naturally left-handed, a better pass protector...
Via cover32 - Panthers
April 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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