Sports Jets' Bell on relationship with Gase: 'We actually like each other'

01:48  04 september  2020
01:48  04 september  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell says him and head coach Adam Gase actually like each other .

The relationship between Le’Veon Bell and New York Jets head coach Adam Gase is nothing but positive with the running back saying that recent I know how hard it is to believe that, we actually like each other .” The latest locking of horns came a week ago when Bell was pulled from the Jets

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New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell said he doesn't know where the speculation is coming from regarding a strained relationship between him and head coach Adam Gase.

"I don't understand why everybody is trying to put me and Gase against each other," Bell told reporters Thursday, including Rich Cimini of ESPN. "We're not against each other. I don't understand why it's so hard to believe, but we actually like each other."

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Jets CEO Christopher Johnson, a good man who desperately wants to bring a winner to Jets fans and who’s been an ardent supporter of Gase , wants no Because handing the keys to Williams, a coach who’s allergic to accountability, seems like an even more poisonous scenario than the team’s current

Jets coach Adam Gase and running back Le’Veon Bell made peace after Bell ’s tweet storm this week. Bell took to Twitter on Wednesday after being removed from Gase said that in the middle of the scrimmage a trainer approached him and told him Bell was out because his hamstrings tightened up.

Bell added: "Ever since I got here and he got here, there's kind of been this little thing of me and him butting heads all the time, which I don't know where it comes from ... We had a long conversation (last week) because basically people (blew) it out of proportion because I did make the tweet."

Bell was frustrated after the Jets pulled him out of practice last week for precautionary reasons. The three-time Pro Bowler took to Twitter to deny he was sidelined because of a hamstring issue, as Gase announced.

The coach later said they had a "good talk" about the incident.

"It was no big deal," Bell said. "It was just a miscommunication between me, the trainers, and coach Gase. But I just want to really clear it up for everybody, fantasy owners, and everybody: my hamstring is fine."

The Jets signed Bell to a four-year, $52.5-million deal in March 2019, but it was reported two months later that Gase was against the idea of investing significant money in a running back.

Bell and Gase both underachieved in their debuts for the Jets last year. The 28-year-old runner amassed career lows of 3.2 yards per carry and three rushing touchdowns while New York logged their fourth straight losing campaign.

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Jets' Bell could miss 'a couple weeks' with hamstring injury .
New York Jets head coach Adam Gase said Monday that running back Le'Veon Bell could miss "a couple weeks" while nursing his hamstring injury, according to Newsday Sports' Al Iannazzone. Gase added that he doesn't want to put a timetable on Bell's recovery. The tailback battled hamstring issues throughout training camp and was seen grabbing the back of his leg in the second quarter of New York's Week 1 loss to the Buffalo Bills. He returned briefly in the second half but was eventually removed.Gase told reporters postgame that he regretted putting Bell back in the contest despite the injury.

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