Bell: 'I don't regret' saying I'll never play for Reid again

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Ex-Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell is doubling down after he wrote on Instagram that he'd rather retire than play for Kansas City head coach Andy Reid again.

Although the free-agent rusher didn't explain the remarks Sunday, he said he doesn't regret his words despite wishing he would've kept them private.

However, Bell praised Kansas City's locker room and said he enjoyed his short stint with the Chiefs.

Bell joined the Chiefs on a one-year deal midway through last season. He amassed 254 yards and two touchdowns on 63 attempts in nine regular-season contests. Bell also rushed for six yards in one playoff appearance.

The three-time Pro Bowler began the 2020 campaign with the New York Jets. They released him during the second season of a four-year, $52.5-million deal.

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