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Le’Veon Bell: $60 million isn’t enough to run with the Jets

Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell played out the 2017 season on a franchise tag, which means that he can become a free agent in March is the Steelers don’t sign him or use the tag a second time. If Bell does become a free agent, there will likely be more than a few suitors for [more]
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Le’Veon Bell Issued A Savage Burn To The Jets When Asked If He Would Play There (TWEET)

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