Le’Veon Bell rather ‘retire’ than play for Andy Reid again

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Le’Veon Bell would rather hang it up than return to the Chiefs.

The former Jets running back wrote in an Instagram comment that he would retire before playing for Kansas City coach Andy Reid again.

Bell, a free agent, was commenting on an Instagram post about someone reportedly spending $700 at McDonalds, when a fan asked whether he would return to the Chiefs.

“I’ll never play for Andy Reid again,” the 29-year-old Bell wrote. “I’d retire first.”

Bell had a marginal role with Kansas City after he was released by the Jets in October and picked up by the Chiefs.

He had just two carries in three playoff games after running for 254 yards on 63 carries in nine games during the regular season.

Bell hasn’t been the same player since sitting out a year because of a contract dispute with the Steelers. The three-time Pro Bowler flopped with the Jets after inking a four-year, $52.5 million contract.

He is unsigned, and may have to wait a while to find a new team.

“I’ll sign somewhere when I’m ready,” Bell tweeted recently. “Ain’t no more finessing me with lies and s— just to get me to sign with their team … no more rushed decisions on my end, period.”

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