Bell landed in New York as a high priced free agent in 2019, but it just never seemed to click with Adam Gase and the offense. In fact, Gase was on record saying he wasn't even supportive of the move, leaving their relationship rocky from the start. After averaging more yards from scrimmage than any other player in his time with the Steelers, Bell was only able to compile 853 rushing yards, 69 catches, 500 receiving yards and four total touchdowns in 17 games with Gang Green. The Jets will now eat most of his salary and Bell is able to sign elsewhere on a reasonable "prove it" deal. It's tough to tell how much Bell has left in the tank, but at least we'll get a definitive answer at some point soon. He'll likely look to sign with a contender, but there just aren't a lot of obvious fits out there. While a change of scenery could surely help our dynasty RB36, it's also clear he's not nearly as explosive as he once was. Bell may have to wait for an injury to re-emerge. On the plus side for him, it seems those are happening each and every week.