Andy Reid: I enjoyed my time with Le’Veon Bell, wish him the best

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Anyone who thought Chiefs head coach Andy Reid would return fire against Le'Veon Bell will be disappointed.

Bell recently said that he’d retire rather than play for Reid again and followed that up to say that he has a “personal problem with dude because of what he said to me” when Bell played for the Chiefs last season. Bell didn’t divulge what Reid said to him and Reid didn’t have anything negative to say about Bell when asked about the running back on Thursday.

“I enjoyed my time with him. I’m pulling for him. That’s how I roll. I wish him the best,” Reid said, via Herbie Teope of the Kansas City Star.

There hasn’t appeared to be any interest from the Chiefs in bringing Bell back this season, so Bell’s vow is unlikely to ever be put to the test. There hasn’t been any sign of interest from any other teams either and Bell’s retirement may come via acknowledgement rather than announcement if that continues.

6 responses to “Andy Reid: I enjoyed my time with Le’Veon Bell, wish him the best

  1. Andy can afford to beg gracious, he is still drawing a paycheck and will be n demand as long as he wants to work. Le’Veon, well not so much.

  2. Bell continues to shoot himself in the foot. Of course he has been paid well to do so since leaving the Steelers here he turned down millions to sit at home

  3. Le’Veon will be in for a rude awakening when he realizes those paychecks ain’t coming no more

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