Le’Veon Bell Inspired by LeBron James

COLUMBUS, OHIO – It’s been a “not-so-surprising” and expected offseason transition for Pittsburgh Steelers’ star running back, Le’Veon Bell. There is still no long-term deal between Bell and the Steelers, and Bell is expected to remain away from the team and train on his own this summer until the official NFL season starts in September. This past weekend however, Bell hosted his own youth camp at Groveport-Madison High School in Columbus, Ohio. The camp was held on “Le’Veon Bell Field,” which Bell was reported by ESPN staff writer Jeremy Fowler to have donated $750,000 for an upgrade to the field’s turf last year.

While being in his home state of Ohio, Bell had a chance to catch the NBA Finals and was able to reflect on the high-level play of Cleveland Cavaliers star, LeBron James. Bell told ESPN that LeBron James’ phenomenal play at age 33 inspires him to have a long career with the Steelers. Watch the full video here:

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