Jets running back Le’Veon Bell’s exit likely became official at 4 p.m. ET. So when he becomes a free agent, where does he land?
Bears coach Matt Nagy has been asked about the possibility of Bell signing in Chicago. Nagy did not rule him out.
« I think he’s a good running backNagy said, via Kimberly Martin of ESPN.com. “We love our RBs here and our location, and I’ll leave things to [G.M.] Ryan [Pace]. »
The Bears lost running back Tarik Cohen to a torn ACL in Week 3. Bell, if he were healthy and motivated, would add significant momentum to a Chicago offense that hasn’t been as effective as it needs to be, despite the team’s 4-1 record.