Report: Le’Veon Bell deciding between Chiefs, Bills or Dolphins as next landing spot

New York Jets, has reportedly narrowed down his employment search to three teams. According to Jeremy Fowler of ESPN, Bell is deciding between signing with the Kansas City Chiefs, Buffalo Bills and Miami Dolphins.

It’s pretty noticeable that two of those teams play in the same division as the Jets, and all three teams will play the Jets over the next three weeks. It’s possible Bell wants the opportunity to face the team that signed him and then hired a head coach who clearly didn’t like him, but we can’t know for sure.

Do Bell’s chosen teams need him?

Patrick Mahomes’ magical arm explains some of that). But after dropping a game to the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 5, the Chiefs may want add some depth to their backfield.

Miami’s backfield has been pretty rough. They’re currently ranked 21st in the league in rushing and 30th in average yards per carry. Even though Bell hasn’t looked the same since he sat out 2018 with a contract dispute, they could use him. We all know what Bell is capable of, and he could get back to that if the Dolphins give him the opportunity.

Josh Allen is responsible for 101 of those yards. And unlike the Chiefs and Dolphins, head coach Sean McDermott has confirmed that the Bills are interested in him.

Whichever team Bell signs with will be responsible for the remainder of his four-year, $52 million contract he signed with the Jets just last year.

Le’Veon Bell has escaped the Jets and has narrowed his employment search to three teams. (Photo by Bryan M. Bennett/Getty Images)