Le'Veon Bell News and Updates
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Le'Veon Bell has no issues with heavy workload
Jets RB Le'Veon Bell receives a $1 million roster bonus today, a guaranteed portion of his four-year, $52
Adam Gase on Le'Veon Bell suggesting Jets were out-coached: "We didn't play well enough
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That's what Adam Gase told ESPN at halftime.
Le'Veon Bell expected to practice for Jets on Saturday
Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) getting MRI Thursday
Coach Adam Gase told reporters that Le'Veon Bell (shoulder) won't practice Thursday and will get an MRI.
The Jets are falling apart at the seams, as Sam Darnold (mono) has been ruled out for Week 2 and it appears that could be in Bell's potential range of outcomes as well. At the very least, it seems unlikely that Bell will play 100% of the Jets' offensive snaps Monday night against the Browns like he did in Week 1. Ty Montgomery is Bell's handcuff and would instantly be elevated into the RB2 conversation if Bell ultimately misses action.
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ESPN's Rich Cimini suggested Ty Mongomery could "share the load"
ESPN's Rich Cimini suggested Ty Mongomery could "share the load" with Le'Veon Bell early in the season.
Bell will surely have some rust to shake off after being kept under wraps during the preseason and not playing at all in 2018. With that in mind, it's fair to expect a reduced workload for Bell, at least while he dusts off the cobwebs early on. "It'll take time. I don't think it will be Game 1," said Todd Haley, Bell's former OC in Pittsburgh. "I think you have to set the bar a little lower to start." We've been through this before with Bell, who averaged a meager 3.46 yards per carry in the first three games of 2017 after holding out all of training camp. The Jets certainly aren't paying Bell to be a committee back, but don't be surprised if he's eased in coming off a nearly 20-month absence.