Le’Veon Bell, the Bad Guy

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After four weeks of football in the National Football League, Le’Veon Bell has kept quiet for the most part. Bell has not provided any specifics on when he will be returning to the Steeler’s locker room. However, what he has grown accustom to is leaving comments via Twitter and Instagram about the Steelers and other buzzes in pop culture. It started week 1 with a simple emoji following the Steelers tie against the Browns after Chris Boswell missed the game winning field goal in over time.

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Bell has continued to tweet about Canelo Alvarez and his victory over Gennady Glovokin, Kirk Cousin’s amazing performance against the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday Night Football, and his excitement over Lil Wayne’s Carter V album. With Bell staying semi-active on social media for everybody to see, we all were hoping for him to give insight on his holdout and future.

On Sunday, Earl Thomas, safety for the Seattle Seahawks, left the game with a Fractured leg after a collision in the endzone. In the off season, Thomas attempted to lock in a long-term deal or trade which ended just like Bell’s attempt, without one. Thomas’ injury is now a perfect example for the concerns that Bell’s agent voiced on NFL Radio prior to week 1 of the regular season. Thomas was very animated leaving the field on the cart giving “the bird” to his own Seattle sideline.  These actions stirred up social media and caused Bell to finally speak out on his holdout, sort of.

 

 

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We still do not have specifics on Bell’s future plans for the 2018 season, but we now know he plans to continue to be the “bad guy” and only Bell knows how long that is going to be.

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