Le'Veon Bell Discusses His Future in the NFL
By Navneet Singh
Le'Veon Bell quit football to pursue a career in boxing. He isn't totally ruling out a comeback to the NFL, though.
Bell said there is just a 1% chance he will return to the sport in an interview with NFL.com on Wednesday.
Bell probably won't ever play a snap in the NFL again.
Bell, on the other hand, is currently passionate about
boxing. The former NFL player started playing the sport as an off-season hobby, which developed into a full-time job.
American football running back Le'Veon Andrew Bell is an unsigned free agent.
In the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft, Bell was selected by the Pittsburgh
Steelers as the 48th overall pick after playing college football for Michigan State.
Bell also had stints with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Baltimore Ravens, Kansas City Chiefs, and New York Jets.
Bell was rated as the greatest running back overall by NFL expert Bucky Brooks and as the fifth-best running
back by NFLDraftScout.com.
On October 29, Bell will face Uriah "Prime Time" Hall and establish his name in the boxing world, for better or worse.
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