Le’Veon Bell despatched fantasy soccer house owners right into a frenzy final 12 months after a season-long holdout.
Now, the Jets operating again needs a clear slate together with his new workforce.
The three-time Professional Bowl participant, and fantasy favourite, apologized Monday for letting followers down. He even went so far as promising a fantasy championship for individuals who draft him.
“This is loooong overdue!! but I want to take a moment to apologize to all the fantasy owners who picked me last year, I’m sorry I couldn’t pull through for y’all,” Bell wrote, “but trust me, this year’s about to be wayyyy different, I’m bringing the (trophy) this year.”
that is loooong overdue!! however I wish to take a second to apologize to all of the fantasy house owners who picked me final 12 months, I’m sorry I could not pull by means of for y’all…however belief me, this 12 months’s about to be wayyyy totally different, I’m bringing the 🏆🏆 this 12 months 😈😈 pic.twitter.com/IvANCzwJ6F
– Le’Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) July 29, 2019
Bell sat out all the 2018 season amid his contract dispute with the Steelers.
He was then moved to the Jets and signed a four-year, $52 million cope with the workforce in March.
New York coach Adam Gase is assured Bell is an effective match with the workforce.
“Le’Veon Bell is a great player,” Gase has beforehand mentioned. “He is a good person. He’s been in constant contact with me. I enjoyed my interaction with him when he was here, when he came on his visit for his physical, when we signed him, when he was here for the beginning of phase one. He texts me all the time. All that stuff you get on Instagram, I get it first. That’s how I know what he’s doing.”
Bell has tallied 5,336 dashing yards, 2,660 receiving yards and 42 touchdowns by means of his first 5 NFL seasons.
He’s anticipated to enhance a Jets workforce that completed final season with a 4-12 report, and ranked 26th in dashing yards, and has already slot in properly through the first week of coaching camp.
“He has a lot of NFL experience, and I’m just trying to pick his brain on the certain route that he ran,” quarterback Sam Darnold mentioned Monday, through Newsday. “It’s a good thing for our offense and it’s good for me to understand what he’s looking at. He has experienced more football than I have. … Anytime we get that back and forth it’s good for us.”