Le’Veon Bell apologizes to fantasy owners who drafted him last season
Le’Veon Bell is psyched about his new era of football and seems to be on a prove-it mission.
Fresh off of sitting out all of last season to avoid playing under the franchise tag yet again for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bell is entering his first season with the New York Jets. He arrived at training camp eager to prove how good of shape he’s in. And now he’s trying to make things up to fantasy football participants who drafted him.
Bell tweeted on Monday to apologize to those who drafted him last season only to get no stats from him. Worse yet, they might have given him a roster spot most of the season only for him to never show up.
this is loooong overdue!! but I want to take a moment to apologize to all the fantasy owners who picked me last year, I’m sorry I couldn’t pull through for y’all…but trust me, this year’s about to be wayyyy different, I’m bringing the this year pic.twitter.com/IvANCzwJ6F
— Le'Veon Bell (@LeVeonBell) July 29, 2019
At least Bell is showing he’s thinking and caring about the fans.
Those who were burned by him last year may not feel comfortable selecting him again this year, but it seems things will be much different. Have faith and confidence in Le’Veon this season.