The divorce of the Pittsburgh Steelers and Le’Veon Bell appears to be rolling on down the tracks. The running back, who has been one of the best in the league since he got to the NFL, has been holding out over a contract dispute for the first part of this season. For their part, the Steelers have decided they are just going to move on without him, rather than cede to his demands. Now, it appears Bell knows he's made his last carry in the black and gold. On Sunday (September 23), Bell liked a tweet that showed video which talked about his final carry with the Steelers.

At some point, it appears Bell realized what he did and tried to fix it, but not before eagle-eyed Twitter users saw what he had done and were asking him for some clarification.

The move comes on the same weekend where Bell appeared to be making comments about Pittsburgh not giving him his due. Bell tweeted out "sometimes a simple “thank you” can go a long way...I feel like too many ppl take me for granted..." early on Sunday morning.

Le’Veon Bell not playing this season?

At the moment, Le’Veon Bell is simply sitting at home while losing out on cash offered up by the Pittsburgh Steelers. The two sides seem to have a relationship that isn't working for either side. There aren't any reports surfacing these days that they are even talking or hoping to patch things up. The Bell dilemma has been growing for a while [VIDEO].

At the same time, the Steelers either haven't given up or are perfectly happy making sure he's not going to play at all if he's not willing to play for his current contract.

That alone appears to be evidence that the relationship between the two sides has gotten about as bad as one would ever expect.

Pittsburgh Steelers should shop Bell

At the moment, the Steelers are fine going through their season without getting rid of the man who was once their star running back. That doesn't mean they are really planning on spending the entire season sitting on what could be a pretty decent trading chip. ESPN did a report on Sunday afternoon that the team is officially listening to offers.

The problem at the moment, as ESPN points out, is that Bell might be hurting his own trade chances. There are NFL teams that would love to have a back like him on the roster. Could this be the end of the current roster in Pittsburgh [VIDEO]? The problem is that he is looking for a salary somewhere in the $15 million annual range. That is the kind of money few teams are willing to part with. When you are talking about a player that has already sullied a reputation with one organization, they become even less attractive when you're talking about a trade.