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Le’Veon Bell roasted the Jets by saying $60 million wasn’t enough to play for them

Bell, who is scheduled to become a free agent this offseason, isn't interested in joining the Jets for $60 million. Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell is scheduled to hit the market this offseason, so you know teams will court the do-it-all running back. But if the New York Jets brass is reading this post, they shouldn't even bother talking to Bell. On Twitter, a Jets fan who described himself as "Proclaimed Jets Spokesperson,” jokingly told Bell that New York would pony up $60 million in cash for Bell's services.
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