Kansas City, Missouri-Running Back Le’Veon Bell In a series of tweets on Sunday, he said he wished he hadn’t aired his complaint. Kansas City Chiefs Andy Reid coach on social media. But Bell also said he hadn’t changed his view of never playing for Reed and Chiefs.
“I admit that I should have been able to keep myself. I apologize for that … but I don’t regret what I said. That’s my feeling. That’s why … “Bell tweeted. ..
I said what I said, and I have no regrets about what I said … of those who have personal problems with me because of what I said Because it’s ok … you have your rights!Understand that because of what he told me I also have my right to how I feel about my personal problems with the guy
— Le’Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) June 14, 2021
“I said what I said, and I don’t regret what I said at all … for me and those who have personal problems because of what I said, it’s Okay … you have your rights! Understand that I also have because of what he told me how I feel about personal issues with guys My right about that. “
Bell didn’t elaborate on what Reed had previously said he was posting on Instagram. “I’ll never play for Andy Reid again … I’ll retire first.”
“I’m not going to have a deep understanding of how I do it, but I have the right to feel my feelings … The only thing I change is to comment on how I actually felt on social media. .. “Bell tweeted.
“I don’t care if you love or hate me … I just give you a small version from my point of view about why I said what I said … “
Bell said he otherwise enjoyed a season with the Chiefs in 2020. He played in two to nine games and rushed to 254 yards and two touchdowns. His role diminished later in the season and he did not play in the AFC Championship Game or the Super Bowl LV.
“I never said I didn’t enjoy my time at KC because I loved my time at KC. It was probably the closest locker room full of players I’ve ever met. .. almost everything from teammates, towns, food, fans, KC … “Bell wrote.
Bell’s contract with Chiefs expired at the end of last season and he hasn’t been signed yet.
Bell started in Jets last season before landing in Kansas City. In New York, he played in only two games, with 19 carries and 74 yards of ground.
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Le’Veon Bell apologizes for commenting on Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid, but “I have no regrets about what I said.”
https://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/31627496/leveon-bell-apologizes-kansas-city-chiefs-coach-andy-reid-social-media-does-not-regret-all-said-weekend-rant Le’Veon Bell apologizes for commenting on Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid, but “I have no regrets about what I said.”