Le'Veon Bell To Reportedly Sign With The Chiefs

Le'Veon Bell

Le'Veon Bell

Over the course of 24 hours, Bell has been looking for a new team to play for, with franchises like the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, and Kansas City Chiefs looking to make a play. Bell will prioritize his role in the offense and chances of winning in his decision. Prior to his stint in green, Bell spent five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The New York Jets are done with Le'Veon Bell, but he might not be done with them.

As for the Chiefs, they've relied upon rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire as their No. 1 running back so far this season.

The Chiefs will take on the Jets in Week 8 at Arrowhead Stadium.

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At his best, Bell has tallied a career-high 2,215 scrimmage yards and 1,391 rushing (in 2014) and had a league-high 406 touches (2017).

Kansas City also welcomed Bell to the team on Twitter. Edwards-Helaire now leads the team in rushing with 344 yards, but hasn't topped 100 yards rushing in a game since the season opener. He also had 69 catches for 500 receiving yards and a touchdown.

After sitting out the 2018 season due to a contract dispute, Bell signed a four-year, $52.5 million deal with the Jets in March 2019 that reportedly included $27 million guaranteed. He had 264 attempts for 863 rushing yards and three touchdowns with the Jets.

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