The release of Jets running back Le’Veon Bell probably went official at 4pm. ET. So when he becomes a free agent, where will he land?
Bear manager Matt Nagy was asked about the possibility of Bell signing in Chicago. Nagy didn’t rule it out.
“I think it’s a good return“Nagy said, via Kimberly Martin of ESPN.com.” We absolutely love our RBs here and our situation, and I will leave the task to [G.M.] Ryan [Pace]. “
The Bears lost by running back Tarik Cohen to a torn ACL in week three. Bell, if sane and motivated, would bring a major dynamic to a Chicago offense that was not as effective as necessary, despite the team’s 4-1 record.