Former Jets RB Le’Veon Bell Says He’d Rather Retire Than Play For Andy Reid Again

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Le'Veon Bell Chiefs White Sweater

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The jets released RB Le’Veon Bell on October 13, 2020 after a disappointing start in his second season with the team.

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Bell then chose to sign with the then defending Super Bowl champion Bowl Kansas City Chiefs hoping to revive his career. However, things didn’t go as planned and now Bell gives his take on Chiefs head coach Andy Reid.

“I will never play for Andy Reid again,” Bell replied to a fan in… an Instagram comment. “I would retire first.”

The running back wrestled in 17 games with the Jets for two seasons before being released. He ran just 863 yards on 264 attempts with three touchdowns and made 69 receptions for 500 yards with one score.

Not much changed in Kansas City as Bell ran just 254 yards on 63 attempts with two touchdowns and caught 13 passes for 99 yards in nine games. In the playoffs, Bell had just two rushes for six yards in the one game he was active. The Chiefs defeated the Buffalo Bills to win the AFC, but fell short, losing the Super Bowl to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Bell signed a massive $52.5 million four-year deal with the Jets after serving out the 2018 season over contract disputes with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Bell was a Pro Bowl roster three times and a First-Team All-Pro twice during his five seasons in Pittsburgh, rushing three times for more than 1,200 yards in a season.

The 29-year-old is currently a free agent and recently said on Twitter that he will sign somewhere when he is ready.

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