The Pittsburgh Steelers running back responded bluntly to a Jets fan who promised $60 million in cash for Bell to trade black and gold for green and white.
🙄 that ain't enough to come run with the Jets... https://t.co/R0Ockg5Leh— Le'Veon Bell (@L_Bell26) February 1, 2018
Bell tends to take a playful approach to social media, but Jets safety Jamal Adams joined the fun, reminding Bell that the Jets will be a destination for free agents in 2018.Matt Forte, a standard-bearer for receiving tailbacks like Bell.
Bell would welcome free agency but says he's confident he'll reach a contract with Pittsburgh. He does not want to play under the franchise tag for the second consecutive year, despite the price tag of about $14.5 million. He's hopeful both sides agree by Feb. 20, the first day teams can designate the franchise tag on a player.