Le'Veon Bell Mocks Former Head Coach For Appearing "On Drugs"

Le'Veon Bell's time with the New York Jets failed to result in anything significant, and the former running back appears to still have some hard feelings toward his old team.

Bell posted an image of his former head coach Adam Gase on Saturday, with the caption "tell me you on drugs without telling me you on drugs."

Bell signed a four-year deal with the Jets in 2019, one year after holding out from playing for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Steelers applied the franchise tag to Bell in 2018, but he refused to sign and then refused to report.

After signing with the Jets, Bell would only be on the team for around a season and a half before he was released in mid-2020.

He signed short deals with the Chiefs, Ravens and Buccaneers in search of a Super Bowl ring, but none of those teams were able to win the championship with him on the roster.

Bell entered the NFL in 2013 with the Pittsburgh Steelers, who took him at No. 48 overall out of Michigan State.

In three of the five seasons he played for the Steelers, Bell rushed for over 1,000 yards.

Since leaving the team in 2019, he did not reach 800 or more rushing yards for the rest of his career.

These days, Bell is a professional boxer with a record of 2-1. He won his last two fights after beginning his professional career with a loss to former UFC fighter Uriah Hall.