Le’Veon Bell apologizes for posting remarks on HC Chiefs Andy Reid

Saturday, the old Kansas City Chiefs running back Le’Veon Bell makes waves with an Instagram post where he said negative things about Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. In response to a fan talking about an expensive tab at McDonald’s, Bell said he would rather retire than play for Reid again.

On Sunday night, however, Bell addressed his Instagram response on Twitter, saying he “does not regret” making the statement – and said he has the right to express his personal opinion.

Then he sought to clarify a perception raised by Instagram’s original response: that he had not enjoyed his stay in Kansas City.

In other, he apologized – not for his opinions on Reid, but rather for making them public on social media.

And he also made it clear that he is not interested in clarifying the details of his issues with the Chiefs head coach.

Bell, 29, joined the Chiefs in mid-October after starting the season with the New York Jets. The old one Pittsburgh Steelers the running back – who missed the 2018 season in a contract dispute – had signed with the Jets in 2019 but was released after appearing in just two Jets games last season. After averaging just 3.3 yards per carry in New York City, he’s averaged 4.0 on 63 carries over nine Chiefs games of 2020.

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