Sources are telling ESPN's Adam Schefter on Monday night that All-Pro running back and former Michigan Stater Le'Veon Bell (pictured) will report to the Pittsburgh Steelers and end his holdout during the Steelers bye week (Week 7).

Bell has been holding out since he was designated as the team's franchise player for the second straight year this past off-season.  As the team's franchise player, he was slated to make around $14.5 for this season.  He has forfeited more than $3 million by not reporting so far this season.

The Steelers have struggled out of the gate this season with a 1-2-1 record, including Sunday's 26-14 home loss to the Baltimore Ravens.