Le’Veon Bell could regain old form with these 4 teams, per former Steelers Mike Wallace
Le’Veon Bell has been the talk of the town of late ever since the New York Jets decided to release the 28-year-old running back following a number of public spats with team head coach Adam Gasse. Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Mike Wallace, who himself spent a few years with the Pittsburgh Steelers, has shared his two cents worth on Bell’s potential new team, and according to Wallace, the Steelers could be one of a few destinations he could see Bell thriving in.
Wallace tweeted out a message to Bell providing him some advice as to where he should take his talents to:
@LeVeonBell Bears, Rams, Patriots, and Steelers go to anyone of those teams if possible and your back to your old form my g
— Mike Wallace (@Wallace17_daKid) October 14, 2020
Wallace spent the first four years of his career with the Steelers, and he clearly still holds his former team dear to his heart. In his mind, Wallace believes that Bell returning to Pittsburgh would be a good idea for both parties. Wallace and Bell did not overlap during their respective stints with the Steelers, with the former parting ways with Pittsburgh right when Bell arrived in 2013.
It is worth noting that Wallace also mad mention of the Chicago Bears, the Los Angeles Rams, and the New England Patriots, who themselves have emerged as one of the front-runners to sign the embattled running back. The experts of Twitter certainly believe so.
Clearly, Bell will have no shortage of suitors. He will have a considerable amount of option to choose from, and he could pretty much take his pick. If you ask Wallace, however, he’s already narrowed down Bell’s options for him.