RB Le’Veon Bell is ready to show the Pittsburgh Steelers that have made a mistake in not signing him when they had the chance, prior to the hold-out.
Bell told USA Today’s Lorenzo Reyes: “I’m thinking I’m going to show everybody, I’m going to show people that, look, Pittsburgh had something special and they let it go. That’s what I’m going to go out there and do.”
Bell seems pretty happy on how things turned out, he continued: “I would do everything the same, I wouldn’t change a thing. I’ve made a lot of money, I’m happy where I’m at, I’ve got a good family—I don’t really need to play football. Right now, I’m just kind of doing it because I love it. Now, I’ve done everything but own a Super Bowl. I don’t necessarily care about the money aspect of it. I just want to be valued where I’m at. If I am playing this game, I want to set standards for all the other running backs behind me, like Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliott, Melvin Gordon, guys like that. I’m a guy they can kind of look at. I feel I can do that. I’m in a position where I can do that, and I’m going to do it.”