On Wednesday, the Pittsburgh Steelers confirmed that the team would not put the franchise label or transition label on Le'Veon Bell, which would make it an unrestricted free agent.
If the teams want to acquire the 27-year-old half-player, they will not only have to deal with the wear and tear of the body, having undergone 1,635 moves in five seasons, but also to the fact that it has remained outside for a year without apparently having worked a lot.
Via New York Daily News:
Then there is this: It is said in the street that Bell, who weighs about 225 pounds, has reached 260 pounds during a one-year break.
As one of the best players in his job, Bell is certain to lose all those extra pounds by the beginning of training camp and certainly before the start of the 2019 season, no matter which team they are he decides to sign.
Bell would be looking for an agreement that would bring in $ 48 million in the first three years.
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