Two weeks and change since he received his Jets release Oct. 13, running back Le'Veon Bell faces New York as a member of the Chiefs when Sunday's game kicks off at 1 p.m. from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. A teammate of Bell's among the Jets' 2020 position group, Frank Gore expects to see something extra when he faces his fellow running back on opposite sidelines.
Gase added that general manager Joe Douglas also talked to Williams and his agent, as speculation swirled, to make sure they know how the team feels about Williams and his future. Every player in the Jets locker room right now faces uncertainty as the team is clearly beginning to prioritize its future over this lost season. They’ve already traded veteran defensive tackle Steve McLendon and released running back Le’Veon Bell — who signed with the Chiefs and will play the Jets on Sunday.
Clemson quarterback Trevor Lawrence appears to be hinting at a possible return for his senior season, instead of entering the 2021 NFL Draft