The biggest transition Bell expects is adjusting to lining up over the offensive tackle. He got most of his sacks in 2001 on delayed blitzes, waiting for a second before finding a seam in the line."It's going to change a lot for me. I never really came off the end and was one-on-one with a guy who's already anticipating my rush up the field," Bell said. "I have to learn a lot more as far as beating those guys. I'm not feeling any pressure. I expect that (people will want more). As long as I continue to play like I have, there's no pressure."
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