Jets RB Bell working out solo again

Le’Veon Bell plans to go it alone during offseason workouts, skipping voluntary team sessions with the New York Jets two months after signing a contract with $27 million guaranteed.Bell preferred his Miami-area digs for offseason training as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, including his full year spent in relative exile as a holdout. General manager Mike Maccagnan did not say whether Bell was expected at the voluntary three-day minicamp with the Jets from April 23-25.”When it’s time to play football…” Bell wrote on Instagram. “I got to stick to the formula that I know works for me to be the best player I can be…I’m not just tryna win football games, I want a ring. I want to desperately show everybody what I can REALLY do…I’ll take the heat right now, everybody will forget about that once January comes around.”Bell did not play last season and hasn’t participated in full team workouts for more than 16 months.He is in a brand new system, playing for a new coach, and chemistry was a stated mission for Jets head coach Adam Gase, hired in January to replace Todd Bowles.

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