Le’Veon Bell Finally Apologizes To Fantasy Owners That Drafted Him In 2018

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Le’Veon Bell’s season long holdout ruined a lot of fantasy football teams last season, when he decided to sit out over a contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

On Monday, the star running back took to Twitter out apologize for that:

Bell was ranked at or near the top in many fantasy player rankings last year, but he sat out the entire season.

The three-time Pro Bowler signed with the New York Jets this offseason and said last week that he feels so refreshed, he’s willing to go above and beyond this season.

“I’m up for 500 [touches] if it’s going to take us to a Super Bowl,” Bell said, exaggerating the number to make a point.