Le’Veon Bell’s relationship with Adam Gase was one of the NFL’s most surprising narratives during the 2020 season given the commitment New York made to the running back last offseason. Gase, who went 7-9 during his first season as the Jets head coach, reportedly did not want the Jets to sign the former Pro Bowl running back in the first place. During his season-ending press conference, Gase failed to offer any indication that he wants Bell back with the team next season. Bell, who signed a four-year, $52.5 million deal with the Jets last offseason, recently reinforced his desire to remain with the Jets for the duration of his contract. ”Me and Coach Gase had our exit meeting, and it was fine,” Bell told TMZ Sports while adding that any issues that may have existed with himself and Gase were “blown out of proportion.” Bell added that it did not bother him when his name appeared in trade rumors before the Oct. 29 trade deadline. Bell, who was ultimately not traded, helped the Jets (who were 1-6 before the trade deadline) win six out of their final seven games including a Week 16 victory over his former team, the Steelers. “I… Read full this story
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