Ravens leave the door open for a possible return of Le’Veon Bell

Ravens leave the door open for a possible return of Le'Veon Bell

The runner was cut on Tuesday in Baltimore, with the team forced to open positions in the squad for the return of injured

OWINGS MILLS – There is a possibility that the output of Le’Veon Bell of the Baltimore Ravens be brief.

One day after Bell was released by Baltimore, the head coach John harbaugh said he would be open to having the runner chosen three times at Pro bowl back in the active roster of 53 players, or the practice squad.

Harbaugh said the low of Bell was forced by the Ravens needing a squad place thanks to the return of injured players.

“He can still play,” he noted. Harbaugh this Wednesday. “We will just see where we are in the future. Things can change one way or the other.”

Bell, 29 years old, showed no big bang in Baltimore, averaging his career-low 2.7 yards per carry (83 yards on 31 attempts); scored two touchdowns. But coaches and teammates praised Bell for his positive impact in the locker room and the way he accepted a part-time role.

The Ravens signed to Bell to his practice squad on September 7 to help his decimated backfield. Bell never played more than a backup role for Baltimore, running after Latavius ​​murray and Devonta freeman in template depth. He never started a game for the Ravens and he never participated in more than 42 percent of the plays in a match.

“I really appreciate everything about him – his professionalism, attitude, work ethic,” she said. Harbaugh. “Being around him is a joy every day. He’s a really great kid, and he really helped us.”

Murray he could come back after missing three games with an ankle injury.

A second-round recruit from the Pittsburgh steelers in 2013, Bell he was one of the best running backs in the league from 2013 to 2017, averaging 128.9 total yards per game. It is the highest figure for a runner of NFL throughout the first five campaigns of a career since the merger NFLAFC in 1970.

After being ruled out of the 2018 campaign due to a contract dispute, he has become a nomad, going through three teams (the New York Jets, Kansas City Chiefs and Ravens) over the past three years.

“It hurts, but it has been a blessing to be here,” he posted on social media Bell on Tuesday, regarding your stay in Baltimore. “I have enjoyed every second of this short period and there is a new meaning to what this city is, and it is a great place.

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