Report: Jets divided on pursuit of RB Bell

The New York Jets long have been considered a frontrunner to sign free agent running back Le’Veon Bell, but the front office reportedly can’t come to an agreement.The Daily News reported Monday that there are some in the organization who don’t believe he’s worth the minimum $15 million annual salary he likely will demand and he might just have too much “mileage and mercurialness.” There also is a belief that coach Adam Gase’s offense does not need a front-line running back to excel.Bell, 27, sat out the 2018 season in a contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Looking for a long-term deal, he refused to sign the $14.5 million franchise tag and forced his way into free agency.