The Cleveland Browns and Pittsburgh Steelers will renew their fiery rivalry in Week 6 of the 2020 NFL season. 

Although neither team were in playoff contention last year, things got ugly between the AFC North rivals in their first meeting of 2019 when a fight broke out and Myles Garrett hit Mason Rudolph with his own helmet. 

The mood in both camps will be upbeat heading into Sunday's game at Heinz Field, though, as they have been victorious in each of their past four outings. 

A meeting of Cleveland's top-ranked rushing attack and the Pittsburgh's second-ranked run defense promises to serve up quite the contest. 

The Steelers have limited two of their first four opponents to fewer than 30 yards on the ground and allow 64.0 yards per game, while the Browns' average in rushing yards per game is almost three times that figure. 

The New England Patriots and Tennessee Titans are back in action after seeing games postponed by positive COVID-19 tests, while veteran quarterbacks Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady will go toe to toe in Tampa. 

We use Stats Perform data to look ahead to another mouthwatering schedule.


FEATURE GAME

Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers - Sunday, 1pm (all times Eastern)

- The Browns have scored 30 points in each of their past four games and their total of 150 in Weeks 2-5 were the most in the NFL. They lead the NFL in rushing (188.4 yards per game) and are fourth in stopping the run (87.0 yards per game).

- Pittsburgh are 4-0 for the first time since 1979 – the last Super Bowl-winning season of the Chuck Noll/Terry Bradshaw/Steel Curtain era. The season before that Pittsburgh started 7-0, also en route to the Lombardi Trophy.

- Ben Roethlisberger is 22-2-1 in 25 career starts versus the Browns, including 11-0 at Heinz Field. In addition, he came off the bench to pass for 379 yards in a home victory over Cleveland in 2015. He last faced the Browns in 2018, throwing four interceptions in two games.

OTHER KEY GAMES

Chicago Bears at Carolina Panthers – Sunday, 1pm

- Teddy Bridgewater's 73.0 completion percentage ranks second in the NFL behind Derek Carr (73.1 percent). The all-time single-season high for a Carolina quarterback is 68.0 percent by Cam Newton in 2018 (minimum 10 attempts).

Baltimore Ravens at Philadelphia Eagles – Sunday, 1pm

- Baltimore improved to 4-1 with a 27-3 win over the Cincinnati Bengals last week. The Ravens' +73-point differential leads the NFL and ranks second in franchise history through five games, behind only 2011 (+77).

Green Bay Packers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Sunday, 4.25pm

- Rodgers and Brady have split their head-to-head matchups 1-1, with the latter taking the most recent one in Foxborough back in 2018 (31-17). However, Rodgers is in strong form this year – he is just the fourth quarterback in the past 70 years to throw for at least 13 touchdowns without an interception through the first four games of a season (2018 Patrick Mahomes, 2013 Peyton Manning, 1966 Don Meredith).

Los Angeles Rams at San Francisco 49ers – Sunday, 8.20pm

- The Rams have nine rushing touchdowns this season, more than any other team in the NFL. Five different Rams players have run for a touchdown this season, with Darrell Henderson (3), Malcolm Brown (2) and Jared Goff (2) all doing so multiple times.

Kansas City Chiefs at Buffalo Bills – Monday, 5pm

- Mahomes suffered just his eighth defeat in 36 regular-season games as a starting quarter back in Week 5. He’s bounced back well after the first seven defeats, going 5-2 and throwing 18 touchdowns to just four interceptions following losses.

ELSEWHERE…

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots – Sunday, 1pm

- The Pats are 2-2 and in danger of falling below .500 in October or later for the first time since 2002. Their streak of 225 consecutive games in October or later without being below .500 (either before or after the game) is the longest streak in NFL history.

Arizona Cardinals at Dallas Cowboys – Monday, 8.15pm

- DeAndre Hopkins had six receptions for 131 yards in a 30-10 rout of the New York Jets in Week 5 and leads the NFL with 45 catches and 528 yards. Hopkins surpassed 9,000 career receiving yards in the win, becoming the fourth-youngest player in NFL history to do so at 28 years and 127 days old. Only Randy Moss (27 years, 310 days), Calvin Johnson (28-56) and Hopkins' team-mate Larry Fitzgerald (28 years, 81 days) got there at a younger age.

Star running back Le'Veon Bell is set to sign for NFL Super Bowl champions the Kansas City Chiefs.

Bell was cut by the New York Jets on Tuesday – less than halfway through the four-year, $52.5million contract he signed as a marquee free agent in 2019.

Reports linked All-Pro RB Bell to the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins and Chiefs.

On Thursday, Bell told ESPN that he intends to join Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs in Kansas City.

Bell will have the chance to reunite with the Jets (0-5) when the Chiefs (4-1) and the struggling New York franchise meet in Week 8.

After sitting out the 2018 season due to a contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bell moved to the Jets and averaged 3.3 yards per carry and four total touchdowns in 17 games.

The three-time Pro Bowler was reportedly unhappy about his usage in the Jets' offense and, following the 30-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 5, liked tweets suggesting he be traded.

Bell – who is reportedly signing a one-year deal with the Chiefs – spent three weeks on injured reserve after suffering a hamstring injury in the Jets' opening loss at Buffalo.

The 28-year-old has had over 1,200 rushing yards in three separate seasons, but the last of those was in 2017.

Since entering the league as the 48th pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, Bell has rushed for 6,199 yards and 38 touchdowns, while receiving for 3,160 yards and eight TDs.

Tom Brady is relishing the chance to face Aaron Rodgers as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers prepare for Sunday's clash against the Green Bay Packers.

Brady and Rodgers have split their two head-to-head matchups, with the former New England Patriots quarterback winning the most recent one in 2018.

A six-time Super Bowl winner, Brady is excited to face the Packers star again at Raymond James Stadium.

"I always enjoy coming up against another great quarterback because you know those are the tough teams to beat because they're prepared," Brady told a news conference.

"They're going to play well on offense, they've got a very talented defense. It just means you can't make a lot of mistakes.

"I'm not defending Aaron, we've got a whole defense that's doing that but from my standpoint what does that mean? I can play a role in that by doing a job on offense so that a guy like that doesn't have his offense on the field trying to score points. You just can't give guys like that extra opportunity because they make you pay and they've had some games that weren't even close this year because there were turnovers in the game.

"They possessed the ball, they've got a great running game, he's completed 70 per cent of his passes so all of those things play into team football and we know what we're up against, we're up against one of the best teams in the league and we've got to go out there and play a great game if we're going to beat them."

The Buccaneers (3-2) are coming off a loss to the Chicago Bears, while the Packers (4-0) are one of four remaining undefeated teams in the NFL.

Asked about the importance of a big win early in the season, Brady said every game was an opportunity for the Buccaneers to build belief.

"Every time you win you develop confidence. Every time you lose you've got to look in the mirror and say, 'Is this good enough? Is what we're doing good enough?' Even when you win you do that," he said.

"For example, when you come back like we did against the [Los Angeles] Chargers, you believe that if you're behind you can do that. When you lead close games you have the belief that you can win close games.

"We've got to do that together. This is not, 'I've done this in the past' or 'You've done this in the past' or 'You did it at a different time'. This is, 'We've done this together and now we have the confidence that we can go into these situations and win'. Any time you play good teams you know that you're faced with that type of challenge." 

Dak Prescott is determined to come back "stronger and better" from a serious ankle injury as he thanked all those who have sent him messages of support. 

The Dallas Cowboys quarterback suffered a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle in the third quarter of the Cowboys' 37-34 win over the New York Giants on Sunday.

Prescott has left hospital after undergoing surgery and while set for a lengthy spell on the sidelines, is already focused on making a successful return to action.

In an Instagram story, the 27-year-old referenced the hashtag "4Dak" used on social media, writing: "Forever thankful for the love and support I've received. I'll be back stronger and better. Thank you all." 

Prescott went into greater detail in a video posted by the Cowboys on social media, filmed as he headed to see the doctor and view his ankle for the first time since the operation. 

“What's up everyone, just want you to know that I'm doing well," he said.

"I can't thank you enough for all your love and support, your prayers. They have been more than overwhelming, from team-mates, to family, to friends, to fans I don't know, to former and current players around the league and all sports, I just wanted to say thank you. 

"They are appreciated and received well. Just knowing I have that much support out there makes a huge difference. 

"I'm just ready to start this road to come back. I know this adversity is just going to be another chapter in the book - I'm excited to move forward and write it. 

"I'm in great spirits and am going to stay that way. Looking forward to this football season, seeing the game in a different perspective and supporting my team-mates. "

The Buffalo Bills have looked into the possibility of signing Le'Veon Bell, head coach Sean McDermott has confirmed.

Bell was on Tuesday cut by the New York Jets less than halfway through the four-year, $52.5million contract he signed as a marquee free agent arrival in 2019.

According to reports, the All-Pro running back is expected to land with either the Bills, Miami Dolphins or Kansas City Chiefs.

McDermott confirmed he had discussed Bell's situation with general manager Brandon Beane but would not disclose anything more.

"You know Brandon and I, we always look into every situation, this being one of them," said McDermott.

"We're trying to improve our football team. That's as much as I can tell you now."

Asked for his general thoughts on the 4-1 Bills' running game this season, he added: "I think we can be better in a lot of areas - that being one of them, our ability to run the football. We've got to be able to be balanced as much as we can in games."

After sitting out the 2018 season due to a contract dispute with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bell joined the Jets and averaged 3.3 yards per carry and four total touchdowns in 17 games.

The three-time Pro Bowler was reportedly unhappy about his usage in the Jets' offense and, following the 30-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals in Week 5, liked tweets suggesting he be traded.

Bell spent three weeks on injured reserve after suffering a hamstring injury in the Jets' opening loss at Buffalo.

The 28-year-old has had over 1,200 rushing yards in three separate seasons, but the last of those was in 2017.

The Bills play the Jets again at MetLife Stadium on October 25.

The Atlanta Falcons have confirmed they have shut their team facility following a new positive coronavirus test. 

Falcons defensive tackle Marlon Davidson was placed on the NFL's reserve/COVID list on Tuesday, the rookie having played in the Week 5 loss to the Carolina Panthers. 

According to NFL reporter Adam Schefter on Twitter, Atlanta's latest COVID-19 case is a member of personnel, rather than a player.

The Falcons – who are due to face the Minnesota Vikings in Week 6 of the regular season – announced they have stopped all in-person work and will conduct operations virtually. 

"This decision was made in consultation with the NFL and medical officials. The health and safety of our team is our highest priority," the team said in a short statement announcing the closure. 

Atlanta are set to play Minnesota in the first game under interim head coach Raheem Morris, who was appointed following the firing of Dan Quinn in the aftermath of the 23-16 defeat to the Panthers on Sunday. 

General manager Thomas Dimitroff also lost his job after the Falcons slipped to 0-5, though owner Arthur Blank pointed to a long-term hangover from Super Bowl LI - when they led the New England Patriots 28-3 but were eventually beaten in overtime - as a key factor in the personnel changes.

"This is not just a response to 0-5. It's a response to really almost three and a half years," Blank said.

"Post-Super Bowl, we're playing less than .500 ball. So when you look at that many games over a long period of time and you adjust for injuries, which every NFL team has, we just haven't performed at a level that we're capable of.

"We think our talent is better than our record at this point. For a variety of reasons, we weren't getting the results that we needed to get. So the time for the change was now."

The coronavirus pandemic has caused issues for a number of teams during the campaign, forcing the NFL to make considerable changes to the schedule.

The Tennessee Titans and the New England Patriots have also shut team facilities in recent weeks due to COVID-19 cases.

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo was not on head coach Kyle Shanahan's injury list on Wednesday as they prepare to face the Los Angeles Rams.

Garoppolo's display in a shock 43-17 blow-out loss to the Miami Dolphins last Sunday raised concerns over a high ankle sprain he suffered in Week 2 and forced him to miss two NFL games.

The former New England Patriots quarterback completed just seven of his 17 passes for 77 yards and two interceptions in the first half before being benched for C.J. Beathard.

It was a performance that raised doubts over whether Garoppolo will feature in the primetime clash with NFC West rivals the Rams, but he appears on track to do so.

Shanahan confirmed Garoppolo would be a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Asked about how he could gauge the health of Garoppolo's ankle, Shanahan told reporters: "The only thing we can test more is tackle him to the ground, and that's not something we're gonna do."

Linebacker Kwon Alexander was not on hand for practice due to a high-ankle sprain.

Cornerback Richard Sherman is not expected to play this week after suffering setbacks in his recovery from a calf injury, but fellow corner Emmanuel Moseley appears set to return from a concussion having been cleared to return to practice in a blue non-contact jersey.

Following successive defeats to the Philadelphia Eagles and the Dolphins, reigning NFC champions the 49ers are 2-3 after five games.

 

Joe Flacco will start a second straight game at quarterback for the New York Jets against the Miami Dolphins with Sam Darnold still ruled out. 

The woeful Jets are 0-5 after Flacco played in the absence of Darnold (shoulder) in a 30-10 home loss to the Arizona Cardinals last week. 

Flacco will have another opportunity on the road against the 2-3 Dolphins, with the Jets unwilling to take any risks with their starter in a lost season. 

"There's no doubt none of us would say he's anything but tough, but we just want to make sure he's good before we put him out there," under-pressure coach Adam Gase said about Darnold, who is targeting a Week 7 return against the Buffalo Bills. 

"He is better than what he was last week. The more time you give him, the better he'll feel. He is taking the steps that we need him to take to give us an opportunity to take into next week. We'll make that decision when we get there. 

"He is doing a good job of communicating and letting us know how he feels. He's being honest in terms of his pain tolerance, his range of motion, him being able to work on his throwing motion a little bit. He's a quick healer." 

Flacco threw for 195 yards, one touchdown and zero interceptions against the Cardinals, completing 18 of 33 passes. 

Between Darnold and Flacco, the Jets rank last in the NFL with their average of 176 passing yards per game. 

While there have been issues with injuries and the level of talent around him, Darnold has struggled, throwing for three TDs and four picks through the first four games before suffering an injury against the Denver Broncos. 

Per the NFL's NextGen Stats, his season completion percentage of 59.4 per cent is below its expected level, putting him third-worst in the NFL among qualifying QBs, while his passer rating (70.7) is only above that of Daniel Jones and Carson Wentz.

The offense did not get much help when the decision was made to release unsettled running back Le'Veon Bell, midway through his second season after signing a lucrative four-year contract. 

Bell had been unhappy with his usage by Gase, who has opted to continue calling plays against the Dolphins having pondered giving them up amid intense speculation over his job security. 

However, he was reluctant to go into much detail when asked to reflect on the release of Bell. 

"It's irrelevant at this point," said Gase. "It didn't work out. It didn't work out. We're going to focus on this game right now. 

"For whatever reason it didn't work out. Our team is moving forward to Miami, that's the number one concern for us right now. 

"I'm sure he'll get an opportunity somewhere else. We'll see what happens. We've got to coach better. We've got to play better. And that's really the entire team."  

A rare positive for the Jets has been the form of wide receiver Jamison Crowder, who leads the NFL with his average of 111.7 yards per game after reaching the 100-yard mark in all three games he has played. 

Crowder is averaging eight yards after the catch, 3.2 above his expected total. Only Pittsburgh Steelers rookie Chase Claypool (4.4 yards over expectation) is faring better in that category among NFL receivers.

The NFL has confirmed the 2021 Pro Bowl will not take place as planned in January, as the United States continues to fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

With a rescheduled and rejigged regular season having already seen several games postponed due to the virus, the league have elected against going ahead with the all-star game.

Las Vegas had been due to host the event on January 31, though the Allegiant Stadium will be the venue for the 2022 game.

The COVID-19 pandemic resulted in the 2020 NFL Draft, which was due to be held in Las Vegas earlier this year, being held virtually, while no preseason games were played to reduce the risk of the illness spreading through the league.

Russell Wilson is on course for an MVP season and the Seattle Seahawks quarterback has received an early reward.

Following an incredible start to the 2020 campaign, Wilson has been boosted to the maximum overall rating of 99 on popular video game Madden NFL 21.

The Seahawks signal-caller was only ranked behind Super Bowl champion Patrick Mahomes of the Kansas City Chiefs among NFL quarterbacks upon release.

Wilson tweeted a video of him being informed of his updated rating with the caption: "When your boy [D.K. Metcalf] surprises you and let's you know you're in the @EAMaddenNFL #99Club while you're on the phone with Ken Griffey Jr for @dangertalke.

"Dream come true!!! To every kid in the world, WHY NOT YOU!"

Wilson, who has never previously received an MVP vote, has been in phenomenal form with Seattle possessing a 5-0 record this season.

He has thrown for 1,502 yards and a league-leading 19 touchdowns, while he also tops the charts in passer rating with a score of 129.8.

Only Derek Carr (73.1) and Teddy Bridgewater (73) have a better completion percentage than Wilson's 72.8, while he is one of just four quarterbacks averaging over 300 passing yards per game.

Week 5 of the NFL season came to a belated end on Tuesday, with attention quickly turning to Week 6 as fantasy owners scramble to make waiver claims and get line-ups in place. 

With no Thursday matchup because of the rescheduling caused by recent coronavirus cases, there is a little more time to do the latter ahead of the Sunday slate of games. 

For those with a losing record through five weeks, the time to turn things around is growing shorter, making it especially crucial to pick the right team for Week 6. 

Here is a little guidance with a look at some of the best fantasy options for the upcoming games.


QB: Matthew Stafford – Detroit Lions

Stafford has seven touchdown passes in his last three games and, while his average of 254.3 yards per game is mediocre, the Jacksonville Jaguars defense presents him with a significant opportunity to pad his stats.

Indeed, the Jaguars have given up 30 points in each of their last four games and have allowed 300 yards passing in back-to-back weeks. A quarterback of Stafford's quality should have no problem making it three in a row.

RB: Raheem Mostert – San Francisco 49ers

The 49ers on offense may be tough to trust following their nightmare in the loss to the Miami Dolphins in Week 5, but one San Francisco player you can depend on is Mostert.

San Francisco's starting running back has over 100 yards from scrimmage in each of his three games this season and, while the Los Angeles Rams boast a formidable defense, they are susceptible to the run, having surrendered over 100 yards on the ground in four of their five games.

WR: Justin Jefferson – Minnesota Vikings

Rookie first-round pick Jefferson came back down to earth in last Sunday's loss to the Seattle Seahawks as he followed successive 100-yard displays with an effort that saw him record three catches for 23 yards.

The Atlanta Falcons, though, provide the perfect bounce-back opponent for the Minnesota wideout, who has at least five targets in each of his past three games. Interim Falcons head coach Raheem Morris takes charge of a team that is giving up 335.8 passing yards a game and has allowed 15 touchdowns through the air already this year. Theirs is a defense Jefferson should be able to exploit early and often.

TE: Mike Gesicki – Miami Dolphins

Gesicki enjoyed his second-best outing of the season with a five-catch 91-yard display in the shock blowout of the 49ers last week. 

His production this year has been of the boom-or-bust variety, but Gesicki is averaging over five targets a game and, against a porous New York Jets defense ranked a lowly 25th in the NFL against the pass, that kind of share of the workload should be enough for him to produce his third double-digit fantasy performance of the campaign.

D/ST: New England Patriots

While the postponement of the Patriots' game with the Denver Broncos may have been viewed as a hindrance, what it has done is given defensive mastermind Bill Belichick an extra week to prepare for an inferior opponent. 

New England held Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs offense to 19 points in their last encounter. With Broncos starting quarterback Drew Lock a doubt through injury, the Patriots could face a signal-caller in Brett Rypien who threw three interceptions in his debut against the Jets. 

The Broncos are without top receiver Courtland Sutton for the rest of the season and could be missing tight end Noah Fant again in a game most expect them to have to chase. That is a recipe for a strong defensive showing from the Patriots.

Arizona Cardinals linebacker Chandler Jones requires biceps surgery and will sit out the rest of the NFL season.

Jones left Sunday's 30-10 victory over the New York Jets with the injury and is expected to be out of action for three to four months.

The loss of the All-Pro pass rusher, who finished second in the 2019 NFL Defensive Player of the Year voting, is a significant blow for the 3-2 Cardinals.

"He's a tremendous player, as we all know. Great person. Great leader on this team," said head coach Kliff Kingsbury on Wednesday.

"It's not going to be easy, but we have some guys who have seen playing time this year who will continue to play and get more."

Jones led the NFL in sacks in 2017 and had 19 last year, with Shaquil Barrett (19.5) just edging him out for the honour. The Cardinals star had just one sack this season.

Arizona will hope to soon have fellow starting outside linebacker Devon Kennard back from the calf injury that has kept him out of the past two games.

Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel saw his faith in his team pay off in droves as they improved to 4-0 with a 42-16 thrashing of the Buffalo Bills despite wretched preparation.

The game was postponed to Tuesday following a spate of positive coronavirus tests for the Titans, which led to their training facility being closed.

It meant Vrabel's team had just three practices in 16 days, but that did not stop them dominating at LP Field, where Derrick Henry rushed for two touchdowns and Ryan Tannehill completed 21 of 28 passes for 195 yards and three TDs.

The display filled Vrabel with pride and confidence that his men can overcome any difficulties to prevail.

"I'm never going to question this football team. I'm never going to question the effort," Vrabel said, per ESPN.

"I'm never going to go into a game questioning how we're going to do. I expect us to win and play with great effort.

"You don't all of a sudden galvanise when things are bad. I think that's a testament to the players and what we've tried to build here.

"You don't always say, 'Oh, there's a s***-storm. We better galvanise.' You stay tight throughout, and you hope that the fundamentals and your core beliefs and core values take over when things get difficult."

The clash was tied after the opening quarter, in which Isaiah McKenzie scored after Tannehill and A.J. Brown connected on a 16-yard pass.

Henry surged over to reclaim the lead for the Titans in the second quarter and Tannehill's 10-yard run saw them into a 21-10 half-time advantage.

Quarterback Josh Allen, who went 26 of 41 for 263 yards with two TDs for the Bills, threw one of his two interceptions to Malcolm Butler in the third quarter and the Titans capitalised through a Jonnu Smith TD.

Given plenty of time, Allen found T.J. Yeldon with a 22-yard pass into the end zone in the fourth quarter, but Henry and Smith ensured the Titans pulled away for a comprehensive victory.

The Titans are top of the AFC South, while the Bills (4-1) remain in first place in the AFC East.

The Tennessee Titans improved to 4-0 and handed Buffalo their first loss of the NFL season with a 42-16 thrashing of the Bills on Tuesday.

Derrick Henry rushed for two touchdowns as the Titans dominated at LP Field in a clash that was postponed due to positive coronavirus tests.

Ryan Tannehill completed 21 of 28 passes for 195 yards and three touchdowns, including twice connecting with Jonnu Smith, and the quarterback rushed for one of his own as the Titans scored six TDs.

Buffalo were level after the first quarter, with Isaiah McKenzie scoring after Tannehill and A.J. Brown had earlier connected on a 16-yard pass.

Henry rushed over to restore the Titans' lead in the second quarter and Tannehill's 10-yard run saw them into a 21-10 half-time lead.

Bills quarterback Josh Allen, who went 26 of 41 for 263 yards with two TDs, threw one of his two interceptions to Malcolm Butler in the third quarter and the Titans capitalised through a Smith TD.

Given plenty of time, Allen found T.J. Yeldon with a 22-yard pass into the end zone in the fourth quarter, but Henry and Smith ensured the Titans pulled away for a comprehensive victory.

The Titans are top of the AFC South, while the Bills (4-1) remain in first place in the AFC East.

The New York Jets have released disgruntled running back Le'Veon Bell.

Bell was signed by the Jets on a four-year, $52.5million contract in March 2019, but he struggled under head coach Adam Gase.

The 28-year-old returned from a hamstring injury on Sunday as the Jets fell to 0-5 after a 30-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

Much to the frustration of Gase, Bell liked tweets saying the Jets should trade him, and that they should have targeted him more against the Cardinals.

The Jets announced on Tuesday they had released Bell, having tried to trade the three-time Pro Bowler.

"After having conversations with Le'Veon and his agent and exploring potential trade options over the past couple of days, we have made the decision to release Le'Veon," Jets general manager Joe Douglas said.

"The Jets organisation appreciates Le'Veon's efforts during his time here and we know he worked hard to make significant contributions to this team.

"We believe this decision is in the best interests of both parties and wish him future success."

Bell played just 17 games for the Jets, finishing with three rushing touchdowns and 863 yards, as well as 500 receiving yards and one TD.

He previously starred across five seasons with Pittsburgh and he could reportedly return to the Steelers.

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