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Le’Veon Bell is turning 32 years old later this month and hasn’t played football since the 2021 season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But it sounds like he’s going to attempt a comeback to the league, and he’s hinting that it will only be with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

In a series of Snapchat stories this week, Le’Veon Bell announced that he will be attempting his comeback later this spring.

“I won’t start training until like March. March-ish,” Bell said according to Steelers Depot. “And I’m gonna be honest with myself. I gotta go out there and be like, I’m gonna put my foot in the ground. Do I feel it? Am I hurting? Can I go out there and really play again? And bro, I’m telling y’all right now when I go out there and train in March and if I hit April and I make the decision to come back to play in the NFL again, mark my words down. I will be better than I ever was. Ever. And I will only come back for that one team. Y’all know who it is. I don’t gotta say no team. Y’all know who it is.”

Obviously, it sounds like Bell is referring to the Steelers when he said he “will only come back for that one team.”

In any case, this is a pretty shocking announcement, and it led to a lot of reactions on social media as a result.

We’ll have to see whether or not he really does it.

[Steelers Depot]