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Le’Veon Bell hints at retirement and suggests that he wants a “time machine” to handle the 2018 divorce with the Steelers in another way.

The day after he said he was leaving football this year to focus on boxing, former Steeler Le’Veon Bell now sounds like a player on the verge of retirement.

He also sounds like a man with a lot of regrets.

In a long Instagram post on Wednesday, Bell used all possible words, but “retired” to explain his upcoming career changes. For now, it seems to be taking boxing full time. Perhaps he’s ready to play not only in a celebrity match, but also in a fellow NFL that drives Adrian Peterson back. It will take place on July 30th at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.

“The next chapter in my life, I’m excited about my journey to be the best in what I do … The NFL has done great things for me, and I’m my NFL I’m really grateful for every year of the trip, “Bell wrote. “I was able to accept it all. I use it as a motivation and as a motivation to prove myself. I’m the best because I’m focusing only on the new sport, boxing. I am fortunate to be able to make a lot of money in a soccer match. Thank you for being able to support my family and close family and build relationships with other coaches and other great athletes. Throughout the league … it’s not money for me, it’s to prove to MYSELF and show the world that I’m not done yet. “

It may be a paperwork issue for Bell, or he may not have seized the opportunity to eliminate the last team. Anyway, he managed to say goodbye without officially saying “I’m retired.” However, from that tone, I think it will be official soon.

But what was most interesting to Steelers fans was another nugget from that post by Bell. He regretted not being able to return to 2018 with the “Time Machine”. It was the year Bell got out of the NFL competition amid a deadlock in the franchise tag deal with the Steelers.

After missing that full season, Bell signed a four-year, $ 52.5 million deal with the New York Jets. However, he played only 17 games in New York and was released in the 2020 season, so he rushed to just 863 yards.

From there, he became an NFL wanderer, traveling between great franchises such as Baltimore, Kansas City, and Tampa Bay, with little impact.


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Like “retirement,” Bell doesn’t use the word “Pittsburgh” in his Instagram posts. But it’s pretty clear that Bell would never have left if he could do it again.

Or, at least, he played for the franchise tag for the second year in a row and then decided to stay or leave based on his off-season performance and subsequent bids.

“I (we, everyone) want things to unfold differently in 2018. For example, if the time machine to return to 2018 is legal, that’s a lot. It’s very important for that reason, but I can’t … all we can do is keep moving life forward, “Bell said.

Sadly, Bell only advanced 3.3 yards at a time after leaving Pittsburgh. Now Bell seems to want to redo that decision.

I’m sure the Steelers will do the same. If, looking at Bell’s situation, former Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert boarded the time machine, he would probably even offer Bell a contract he initially declined to get a franchise tag. Wouldn’t have been.

This is a $ 70 million offer, guaranteed $ 33 million in the first two years and worth $ 45 million in the first three years. Bell saved the Steelers by saving the contract Albatross by being too stubborn, arrogant and short-sighted to sign a better contract.

On the other hand, if Bell had stayed, it would have continued to prosper here. Maybe he’ll never rest a year on his prime to jet ski around Florida and get rusty and sick. Maybe he’s crazy about social media and will never prioritize his rap career over playing football.

That’s what he was best at.

Then again, he accepted the Steelers’ big offer, was fat and happy with the money, burned in Pittsburgh’s Black and Gold instead of New York’s Green and White, and continues his boxing match today.

In any case, I would like to board the time machine with Bell and investigate.

Leave a little room for Psst, Le’V and Antonio Brown. He may want to take a trip.

Tim Benz is a Tribune Review Staff Writer.You can contact Tim via tbenz@triblive.com or twitter.. You can repost all tweets. Unless otherwise stated, all emails are subject to publication.

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