PITTSBURGH — Antonio Brown is under contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the next five years. He’d like Le’Veon Bell to join him. A few days before training camp, Brown is stressing the importance of Bell, who will play this season on a franchise tag of $12.12 million after Bell and the Steelers couldn’t reach an extension by the July 17 deadline. The two playmakers spoke on the phone for about two hours Saturday night, Brown said from his Live Your Vision Foundation Football ProCamp at Bethel Park High School outside of Pittsburgh. “We need him. I need him,” Brown said. “If we’re going to do what we desire to do, we need every guy a part of the organization in a helmet to be there committed to the cause. He’s a special piece. Obviously, we know what he brings to the team, his dimension playing football, but he’s a special individual. I pray that we have him there.” What the duo talked about was “top secret,” Brown said….

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