Here Are The Details Of RB Le'Veon Bell's 4-Year, $52.5 Million Contract With The Jets
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Running back Le'Veon Bell will finally be back on the field in 2019, but this time for the New York Jets. This week he signed a 4-year, $52.5 million contract with the team that breaks down like this...




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Clearly he lost from a financial perspective, but it’s lousy to franchise a player (particularly an RB) multiple years. Originally he said he wanted to change things for RBs in the league, but maybe he’s done something more important. Maybe he’s shown that you don’t have to take the tag up the rear just because a team says so.
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Okay, so all-world RB (who apparently sucks at math) takes less money to leave, and HOF WR acts insane to get traded away. Someone please tell me how firing Tomlin has not even been mentioned?! Something’s clearly wrong in Pittsburgh!
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Whoever this guy's adviser is, needs to be let go.
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He will never make up that lost money. He should have just done his job and gotten paid. I see no reason why the Steelers wouldn't have taken it easy on his touch total. Hell, he probably could have taken himself out of the games from time to time for various reasons.
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He will never make up that lost money. He should have just done his job and gotten paid. I see no reason why the Steelers wouldn't have taken it easy on his touch total. Hell, he probably could have taken himself out of the games from time to time for various reasons.
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he won't come close to making up the lost earnings from last year. Moron.
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Maybe he wanted to gtfo of Pittsburgh. Those extra few mill wasn't enough.
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Idiot
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