The Facts: Bell's market isn't nearly as strong as it once was, but that didn't stop him from trashing his most recent employer over the weekend. That employer -- the Chiefs -- and its head coach, Andy Reid, took the high road when asked about Bell's comments Thursday. "I enjoyed my time with him," Reid said of Bell. "I'm pulling for him. That's how I roll. I wish him the best."
Diehards Line:Once regarded as arguably the best running back in the NFL, Bell hasn't been anywhere near that status since he returned to action following his decision to sit out of the 2018 season instead of playing under the franchise tag with the Steelers. Bell also ended up going nowhere in New York, gaining 789 yards on 245 attempts (3.2 yards per carry) in his first season with the Jets and just 74 yards on 19 attempts with the Jets before they tried and failed to trade him, leading to his release. Bell landed with the Chiefs a few days later, joining with a superpower that would eventually land in another Super Bowl. He was a marginal factor at best, carrying the ball 63 times for 254 yards and two scores in nine regular-season games with Kansas City. He carried the ball twice in the Chiefs' Divisional Round win over the Browns, then didn't see another touch for the remainder of the postseason. We can't predict where Bell might land at this stage, but we can almost guarantee the 29-year-old won't be in Kansas City in 2021.