Jets Won't Discipline Bell For Bowling Outing

Jets Won't Discipline Bell For Bowling Outing

Le'Veon Bell will be spared from team discipline after his weekend bowling outing. Bell was sent home with the flu and told to stay away from the team while he recovers but didn't violate any team rules.
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