Kansas City Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu has commented on free-agent Le’Veon Bell’s insistence that he would never play for the team or Andy Reid again.
Bell made the comment on social media on Saturday, saying he would “retire” before joining the Chiefs and playing for Reid again. Bell signed with the Chiefs after a short stint with the New York Jets.
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“These guys will blame everyone for their lack of success. That’s how I know I’m built differently, ”Mathieu tweeted.
Mathieu was responding to former New York Giants cornerback Charles James II’s tweet, wondering what prompted Bell to say what he said about the Chiefs.
Bell, who deleted all of his Instagram posts, explained on his Instagram Stories. He said he shouldn’t have said anything on social media.
“I said what I said and I don’t regret what I said at all… for those who have a PERSONAL PROBLEM with me because of what I SAID, that’s fine… you have the right! ” he wrote.
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“Just understand that I ALSO HAVE MY RIGHT to how I feel about MY PERSONAL problem with a guy because of what HE TOLD ME!” “
Bell said he enjoyed his time in Kansas City.
“I never said that I didn’t enjoy my time at KC, because I loved my time there, and I was probably the closest locker room full of players that I have ever been… I enjoyed my teammates, the city, the food, the fans, pretty much everything in KC… ”he added.
“I’m not about to delve deeper into why I feel how I feel, but I have the right to feel what I feel… the ONLY thing I would change would be to comment on what I was really feeling about social networks. ..
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“I admit this is something I could have kept to myself and apologized about it and only… but I don’t regret what I said, because that’s how I feel…”
“So you can love me or hate me, it’s gonna be okay anyway… I’m just giving you a little version of my take on why I said what I said.” “