Le'Veon Bell is upbeat Jets voice when they need it most

New York Post

Le'Veon Bell knows the eyes are on him. When you have been first-team All-Pro twice in your career, been to three Pro Bowls, rushed for more than 5,000 yards in your career and have averaged more yards from scrimmage than Jim Brown, teammates tend to pay attention to what you do. Things have not gone as well on the field as the Jets and Bell had hoped so far, but they are raving about what he has been off the field. No one practices harder than Bell, coaches and teammates say. He has been attentive in meetings and is doing his best to set an example for the younger Jets. “I definitely try to practice my tail off,” Bell told The Post. “I always practiced like that, even when I was a rookie and

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