Remember when Le’Veon Bell’s season came to an end because of a torn MCL?

That happened five months ago. The former Michigan State tailback has been rehabbing his knee in hopes of being a full participant during offseason workouts. He shared a video of himself going through that process with the training staff last week.

That must have gone well because less than a week later, Bell was throwing down highlight-reel dunks:

That’s probably not something that will make the Steelers front office thrilled, but it is a good sign in terms of his recovery.

Without the reigning first-team All-Pro back, the Steelers still made it to the AFC Wildcard round. Bell finished the season with 556 rushing yards and three touchdowns in six games of action.