Oh, no Le’Veon.

Jets running back Le’Veon Bell‘s comeback season stalled against the Bills with the running back injuring his hamstring late in the first half. He came back into the game briefly, though was forced to leave again.

Adam Gase addressed Bell’s injury on Monday, telling reporters that “it could be a couple weeks” for Bell’s returning, adding that he didn’t want “to put a timetable on it.”

The 28-year-old back is in year two of his four-year, $52.5 million deal with the Jets. Bell is coming off a career-low 2019 season in rushing yards (789), touchdowns (3), and yards per carrying (3.2).

Bell finished in the loss to the Bills with only six carries for 14 yards.


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More NFL Injury Notes

  • Dolphins receiver DeVante Parker re-injured his hamstring for the second time in three years. Parker is coming off a career-high 2019 season with 1,202 yards and nine touchdowns. Parker’s status is uncertain for Week 2 vs the Bills.
  • Texans running back Duke Johnson was diagnosed with a sprained ankle. His status is now week-to-week and will be doubtful in Week 2 vs the Ravens. He had five carries for 14 yards in Week 1
  • Raiders rookie receiver Henry Ruggs III is dealing with an unspecified knee injury The 2020 first rounder started things off with a 45-yard grab vs the Panthers, but then left the game in the second quarter. Head coach Jon Gruden says that Ruggs will have further testing this week. Ruggs had three receptions for 55 yards.