The Baltimore Ravens moved on from Le’Veon Bell. The running back tweeted about his release Tuesday, thanking the organization for the opportunity.
Bell said he “enjoyed every second” of being a Raven, even though he was only on the team for five games.
He also made sure to take notice of his critics when social media users noticed a big change to his bio that showed different phrases said about him over the years.
“#Washed #FellOff #Slow #BadRapper #WastedTalent #Clown #Greddy #LetDown #Old #OverRated Anything else I’m forgetting?”
In those five games played with the Ravens — Bell rushed 31 times for 83 yards and 2 touchdowns.
His release marks yet another disappointing stint for the former All-Pro who hasn’t exceeded 1,000 rushing yards since 2017. Over the past two seasons, Bell was cut twice, and failed to impress the Kansas City Chiefs during their run to the Super Bowl in 2020.
He is no longer the same back he used to be, but could come up big for a contender.