Le’veon Bell’s first jet season may have been different from what people thought, but he didn’t change his mind.
“If I don’t want to stay here for four years, I won’t sign a four-year contract,” Bell said
Bell signed a four-year, $52 million contract with jet during the off-season, including $27 million in security, which will take up $25 million and $17 million in salary space in the first two years.
“I’m a very patient person, on and off the court,” Bell said. I know the time it takes to build a team, and I’ll make a contribution here. This is what I want to do. I will not say that I am very excited, but I will not be disappointed. It’s a process to get things right. ”
At present, Bell’s average is only 3.3 in charge and 4.3 in his career, which has something to do with jet’s disappointing attacking front. Bell took the ball and pushed it 425 yards, but only made one touchdown. He has played four times this season.
Bell said: “I didn’t think about 16-0 when I signed, you know? I know it’s a process. Our quarterback is very young. The attack coordinator and the manager are new here. It’s different from basketball. One or two people can’t change the whole situation. “