- Seventh-year running back enters his first season with the Chiefs in 2020.
- On his first carry as a Jet, a five-yard run vs. BUF (9/8/19), became the quickest in pro football history to 8,000 scrimmage yards, accomplishing the feat in his 63rd regular-season game, beating out Hall of Fame running backs Eric Dickerson (64 games), Edgerrin James and LaDainian Tomlinson (65) and Marcus Allen (68).
- Originally entered the NFL as a second-round pick (48th overall) by the Steelers in the 2013 NFL Draft.
- Owns 6,199 career rushing yards, ranking as the fifth-most among all active running backs in the NFL.
- Has produced 118.5 yards from scrimmage per game in his NFL career, the fifth-best average among all players in league history with at least 50 games played.
- Has finished in the top five in rushing three times, the only running back in the league to do so between 2014-17.
- In four career postseason games, all with the Steelers, produced 424 yards and three touchdowns on 81 carries and 88 yards and a touchdown on nine receptions tallying over 150 yards from scrimmage in three of his four contests, scoring multiple touchdowns in two of four games. Among active running backs with at least 75 postseason attempts, his 5.2 yards per carry average ranks fifth in NFL history.
- In 2019, his 66 receptions marked the third-consecutive season he produced 50+ catches as he finished with the seventh-most receptions by a running back and finished fifth in Jets history for receptions by a back in a season.
- In 2017, Finished second in the league with 1,946 scrimmage yards after totaling 1,291 yards
rushing (third best in the league) on 321 carries and 665 yards receiving on a running back-leading 85 receptions.
- Became the fastest player in NFL history to reach 5,000 rushing yards and 2,500 receiving yards in his career (59 games).
- Became the first player in NFL history with at least 4,000 rushing and 2,000 receiving yards in his first 50 games.
- Named to the Pro Bowl following the 2014, 2016 and 2017 seasons.
- Was named First-Team All Pro by AP, the PFWA and SN following the 2014 season.
- Was named First-Team All Pro by the PFWA and SN and Second-Team All Pro by AP following the 2017 season.
- Named AFC Offensive Player of the Week three times during his career during the 2014 (Week 14), 2016 (Week 14) and 2017 (Week 6) seasons.
- Named AFC Offensive Player of the Month twice during his career, both for the month of December in the 2016 and 2017 seasons.
- Signed by Kansas City (10/17/20) ... Released by the New York Jets (10/14/20) ... Signed by the New York Jets (3/13/19) ... Originally entered the NFL as a second-round pick (48th overall) by the Steelers in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Chiefs' Entire Offensive Line Pushes Le'Veon Bell in Pileup for a First Down
The Kansas City Chiefs' entire offensive line pushes running back Le'Veon Bell in a pileup for a first down
Le'Veon Bell Stepped Up in New Orleans vs. Saints | Pivotal Performance Week 15
RB Le'Veon Bell stepped up in a big way to help the Chiefs to victory in Week 16 against the New Orleans Saints
Le'Veon Bell's Solid Game vs. Saints | Bridgestone Clutch Performance Week 15
RB Le'Veon Bell had a solid performance helping the Chiefs to a Week 15 victory over the New Orleans Saints
Le'Veon Bell: "We had to come in with the right mindset" | Week 15 Press Conference
RB Le'Veon Bell speaks with the media following the Week 15 win against the New Orleans Saints
Le'Veon Bell One-on-One: "Probably one of the easiest touchdowns of my career" | Week 15 vs. Saints
RB Le'Veon Bell goes one-on-one with Shawn Barber and Mitch Holthus to recap his outstanding matchup against the New Orleans Saints
TOUCHDOWN: Le'Veon Bell Takes Patrick Mahomes' Late Option Pitch to the Pylon for Score
Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes runs the option and pitches the ball late to running back Le'Veon Bell for a rushing touchdown against the New Orleans Saints
TOUCHDOWN: Le'Veon Bell Scores his First Touchdown as a Chief with a 6-Yard Rush
Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell puts his team ahead with a 6-yard touchdown run against the Las Vegas Raiders
Le'Veon Bell: "We got to get off to a fast start" | Press Conference 11/20
RB Le'Veon Bell speaks with the media ahead of the Week 11 matchup versus the Las Vegas Raiders
LeVeon Bell Kicks Off his First Game at Arrowhead with 18-Yard Reception
Kansas City Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell takes short pass for 18-yard gain vs. former team, New York Jets
Le'Veon Bell's First Touch as a Kansas City Chief Goes for 16 Yards
Running back Le'Veon Bell runs for 16 yards on his first touch with the Kansas City Chiefs
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|16||Falcons||W 17 - 14||7||30||4.3||11||0||1||9||9||9||0|
|15||@Saints||W 32 - 29||15||62||4.1||12||1||1||14||14||14||0|
|14||@Dolphins||W 33 - 27||2||21||10.5||13||0||2||14||7||9||0|
|13||Broncos||W 22 - 16||11||40||3.6||16||0||2||15||7.5||14||0|
|12||@Buccaneers||W 27 - 24||5||22||4.4||10||0||2||10||5||8||0|
|11||@Raiders||W 35 - 31||7||25||3.6||11||1||1||11||11||11||0|
|9||Panthers||W 33 - 31||4||8||2||4||0||1||-5||-5||-5||0|
|8||Jets||W 35 - 9||6||7||1.2||4||0||3||31||10.3||18||0||1||0|
|7||@Broncos||W 43 - 16||6||39||6.5||16||0|
|6||@Bills||W 26 - 17|
|1||@Bills||L 17 - 27||6||14||2.3||7||0||2||32||16||30||0|
|5||@Jets||W 30 - 10||13||60||4.6||13||0||1||7||7||7||0|
|2019||New York Jets||15||15||245||789||3.2||3||66||461||7||23||1||1||1|
|2020||New York Jets||2||2||19||74||3.9||0||3||39||13||30||0|
|2020||Kansas City Chiefs||9||2||63||254||4||2||13||99||7.6||18||0||1||0|