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Draft Scout Byron Bell News
05/30/18 - RT Byron Bell announced over social media that he has signed with the Green Bay Packers. "Done deal," Bell posted on Instagram on Tuesday with the Packers' logo. The Packers announced the move on Wednesday for Bell, who could find himself as the team's starter until fellow right tackle Bryan Bulaga returns from his second career ACL injury. The 29-year-old Bulaga has also torn his ACL in his left knee, causing him to miss the 2013 season.
09/03/17 - T Byron Bell has made the roster and will collect another $150,000 on Tuesday. He collected $150,000 at the start of minicamp and training camp for being under 320 pounds. He collects another $150,000 if he makes the roster and is under 320 again.
08/07/17 - LG Byron Bell is splitting reps with Jonathan Cooper on the first team. That's a big step for Bell and a setback for Cooper, who has been running with the starters since minicamp.
03/24/17 - OT Byron Bell signed a one-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys on Friday. Bell missed the entire 2016 season after dislocating his ankle during an offseason practice while with the Tennessee Titans. He started all 16 games for the club in 2015 -- seven at left guard, eight at right tackle and one at left tackle -- after signing as a free agent.
06/03/16 - OL Byron Bell was placed on injured reserve Friday (June 3), officially ending his season. Bell dislocated his left ankle during the Titans' first day of organized team activities on May 24.
Bell, who ran with the first team offense at right tackle to open OTAs, seemed to catch his leg in the ground and twisted, causing a gruesome injury with his foot pointed in the wrong direction. He underwent season-ending surgery.
Bell was the Titans' primary right tackle last season, starting eight games there after spending the first seven games of the year as the team's starting left guard. He also played left tackle in the season finale.