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Ronnie Bell is back, and he wants to be better than ever

Standing up at the podium on Friday, Ronnie Bell wore his emotions on his sleeve. The graduate wide receiver beamed when expressing his excitement to get back on the field. After all, it has been 342 days since he last suited up for the Wolverines — 342 days since a knee injury ended his season before the first game was even finished.
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Ronnie Bell healthy, optimistic entering 2022 season

Ronnie Bell is ready to begin the 2022 season following a season-ending injury in Michigan’s 2021 season opener. Bell was set to be one of Michigan’s primary threats in the passing game in 2021. Those plans came to a crashing halt when Bell suffered a season-ending right knee injury in the first game of the season against Western Michigan.

How Ronnie Bell, Rod Moore, others returning from injury are faring

Fifth-year receiver Ronnie Bell and sophomore safety Rod Moore are expected to be huge pieces of this year’s Michigan football team, but only if they’ve fully recovered from significant injuries. Bell, of course, blew out his knee in the opener against Western Michigan last year, while Moore had offseason upper body surgery.
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Daily Brews: Ronnie Bell is back and ready to dominate

After suffering a season-ending injury in Week 1 against Western Michigan last year, Bell decided to return to Ann Arbor for a fifth year of eligibility. Recently, he joined Michigan alum Jon Jansen on the In the Trenches podcast to discuss his journey back from injury, lessons he learned and expectations for his 2022 season.

Michigan WR Ronnie Bell ready to 'dominate' after return from injury

Ronnie Bell played less than half of Michigan's season-opener last fall, but what a performance it was. The stat line shows part of the story: one catch, 76 yards, TD; one punt return, 31 yards. It doesn't show Bell's absurd one-handed catch — called back for offensive pass interference — or the gut punch that was his ACL injury.

Michigan's most important players of the 2022 season: No. 13 Ronnie Bell

As the 2022 Michigan football season approaches, we at 247Sports are bringing back our annual series counting down the 25 most important players on the Wolverines' roster. The countdown, which includes input from dozens of VIP subscribers, takes a look at the Michigan players we deem the most important to the Wolverines' success in 2022. Importance can be defined differently by everyone, but is a combination of a player's 1) proven past success, 2) athletic potential and ceiling, 3) replaceability at their position and 4) the value of their position's success to the team's success.

Michigan WR Ronnie Bell cleared for summer workouts, fall camp: 'I'm doing everything'

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Michigan Wolverines football’s ‘summer cycle’ of workouts began Friday, June 3. The Maize and Blue welcomed summer enrollees to campus, and they’ve joined the rest of the team for training the next two months ahead of fall camp. A familiar face is also fully back — graduate wide receiver Ronnie Bell, who tore his ACL in last year’s season opener but is now at the tail end of his recovery and ready to roll before the 2022 season.

Jim Harbaugh: Michigan WR Ronnie Bell might be better than ever this season

BIG RAPIDS, Mich. — Michigan Wolverines football wide receiver Ronnie Bell looked like a different player in last year’s season opener against Western Michigan. The wideout led Michigan in receiving in 2019 and 2020 — combining for 1,159 yards and two touchdowns in the two seasons, after registering 145 yards and two scores in 2018 — so he’s always been productive.

Jim Harbaugh provides an injury update on Michigan WR Ronnie Bell

Michigan football coach Jim Harbaugh says wide receiver Ronnie Bell continues to progress well in his recovery from an ACL injury. Speaking Thursday at the Michigan Football Showcase at Ferris State, Harbaugh said the fifth-year player looks "maybe even a little bit better" now than he did before hurting his knee in the 2021 season-opener against Western Michigan last September.

'Coming-out party for NIL': Michigan's Ronnie Bell, Ryan Hayes, J.J. McCarthy to headline 'Wolverine Weekend' in Traverse City

NIL is in full swing across the country and with Michigan Wolverines football players, three of whom are set to host an exciting summer event. ‘Wolverine Weekend’ at Grand Traverse Resort in Traverse City, Mich., will be headlined by U-M graduate wide receiver Ronnie Bell, graduate left tackle Ryan Hayes, a Traverse City native, and sophomore quarterback J.J. McCarthy.