Star running back Le’Veon Bell has revealed why he chose to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs after being released by the New York Jets.
With Le’Veon Bell being released by the New York Jets, one potential suitor has crossed their name off the list as a landing spot.
Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown were the most dominant RB/WR duo in the NFL just three years ago, but now they’re both unemployed.
The Jets released Le’Veon Bell on Tuesday and he went to social media to send a message to all of his doubters.
The New York Jets have made their decision on what they plan to do with star running back Le’Veon Bell this season and possibly beyond.
Michigan State has always developed NFL stars. Let’s look at three Spartans in the NFL today: Kirk Cousins, Brian Hoyer, and Le’Veon Bell.
When Le’Veon Bell he thought that he would change the culture of the team with some help from Jamal Adams. So what led Adams to abandon him?
Le’Veon Bell didn’t leave the Steelers on the best terms. However, given Bell’s talents many Steelers fans would welcome Bell’s return.
The New York Jets season just ended, but the drama hasn’t stopped. Does head coach Adam Gase want the team to get rid of Le’Veon Bell?
Le’Veon Bell believes the NFL is targeting him for drug testing — possibly because of his two drug suspensions in 2015 and 2016.
The trade deadline is fast approaching in the next few hours, which has already seen plenty of movement across the league over the last several days with Jalen Ramsey moved to the Los Angeles Rams and Kenyan Drake traded to the Arizona Cardinals. There are a few other prominent names on the market, which now …
New York Jets running back Le’Veon Bell is drinking all the Kool Aid if his recent comments on the team’s prospects are any indication.
Running back Le’Veon Bell and coach Adam Gase are both New York Jets newcomers, and they’re both on the same page when it come to offense.
The New York Jets face a rebuild, and it’s most evident with the offensive line. Here’s what they’ve done to fix issues on the line so far.