Running back Le'Veon Bell on the Jets' sideline against the New England Patriots on Sept. 22, 2020. Credit: AP/Steven Senne
Andy Reid can’t wait to find a way to involve Le’Veon Bell in Kansas City’s already dynamic offense.
"Listen, we don’t turn away good players, and he’s a good one," Reid said. "It’s exciting to have him around."
That could have been a little dig at Adam Gase and the Jets, who turned away Bell last week.
The Jets waived the former three-time Pro Bowl running back last Tuesday after they couldn’t find a team willing to trade for him.