Le’Veon Bell, a former Jets running back, has spoken out about his release by the Ravens.


Le’Veon Bell, a former Jets running back, speaks out about his release by the Ravens.

After opting to start the 2021 season with the league’s youngest roster, the New York Jets have a dismal 2-7 record through the first ten weeks.

The promise of better days ahead is the only ray of hope for fans.

This week, head coach Robert Saleh stated, “My promise to fans is that this is going to flip, I know it in my heart.”

Of course, there’s always the small consolation that our “exes,” who got us into this mess in the first place, aren’t exactly killing it either.

Jamal Adams is leading the Seattle Seahawks to a last-place finish — and a top-10 draft pick for the Jets — and Sam Darnold and Robby Anderson aren’t faring much better in Carolina.

Add running back Le’Veon Bell to the list, a pricey free-agent bust from Maccagnan who the Green and White are still paying in dead cap.

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Le’Veon Bell has been released by the Ravens.

“The Ravens have released Le’Veon Bell, per source… Bell played in five games for Baltimore, rushing for 83 yards and two touchdowns.”

Le’Veon Bell has been released by the Ravens, according to a source.

On his social media, Bell alluded to this.

Bell rushed for 83 yards and two touchdowns in five games for Baltimore.

November 16, 2021 — Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN)

Bell was outperformed by fellow veterans Latavius Murray and Devonta Freeman after the Ravens suffered a slew of injuries at running back, despite having a golden opportunity in one of the best rushing attacks in the league.

Ty’Son Williams, an undrafted rookie from BYU, has also rushed for more yards this season.

These numbers are a far cry from Bell’s days as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, or even the New York Jets.

The superstar stayed in black and yellow for his final season because he knew his position in the league had a limited shelf life and he believed he deserved a higher salary.

Bell was correct, though he could never have predicted that his career would be on life support only two years after signing a long-term contract in New York.

In 2017 with the Steelers (prior to…

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