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New York Jets release disgruntled running back Le'Veon Bell

Le'Veon Bell
the Arizona Cardinals

Jeremy Fowler
Le'Veon Bell
Adam Gase
Joe Douglas
Mike Maccagnan
Sam Darnold
Jamal Adams
Frank Gore
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Afterward, he declined media interview requests but he took to Twitter and "liked" comments from media members who suggested he was being misused and should be traded.That upset Gase, who told reporters on Monday, "I hate that that's the route we go with all this instead of just talking about it, but it seems that's the way guys want to do it nowadays."Bell has been a disappointment since he signed a four-year, $52.5 million contract last year, as he has averaged only 3.3 yards per carry with the Jets -- 51st out of 53 qualifying runners in the NFL during that span.In 17 games with the Jets, Bell rushed for 863 yards and three touchdowns. The Jets eventually traded Adams to the Seattle Seahawks, and Adams was critical of Gase's leadership on the way out.At the time, Bell was critical of Adams for bailing on the Jets, and he attacked Adams on social media.Bell expressed frustration at various points last season, but he refocused in the offseason and came to training camp in the best shape of his career, he said.

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