It's hardly a surprise as the Jets are going nowhere in 2020 and Bell remains a declining-but-valuable player, though his contract remains a ridiculous obstacle to getting a deal in the near-term. It's not out of the question the team could simply release the back similar to the Rams with Todd Gurley during the off-season but this would be a last-resort move and there would seem to be little incentive to do-so at this juncture. Bell, having just seen his first action since returning off the I.R.produced six carries for 14 yards in week five and reeled in two receptions for 32 yards. DLF's RB36 is fading quickly and only a move to a more notable offense and role will stop further decline. Le'Veon Bell remains a significant risk-on acquisition at his current value and though a move could provide a significant boost to competitive dynasty teams in the right situation, finding and completing a trade for the player could be an arduous road. Bell remaining with the Jets throughout 2020 will only accelerate the decline is his dynasty value.