Le'Veon Bell plans to return to the NFL, but only for one team.
The running back, who hasn't played in the NFL since 2021 and has focused on boxing, released Snapchat videos Friday night expressing his desire to return.
Bell, who turns 32 this month, said he'll start preparing for his comeback in March. He didn't name the team, but his earlier comments suggest the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"I'll be honest with myself—I have to put my foot down. Am I feeling it? Am I hurt? Can I play again? Bro, I promise to be better than ever when I train in March and decide to return to the NFL in April.
"I will only return for that team. Everyone knows who it is. No need to state no team. Everyone knows who it is."
With Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren under contract, the Steelers may not want a reunion at running back.
Bell missed the 2018 season after refusing to sign his franchise tag. However, he apologized to Steelers fans in a social media video last year.
Bell claimed, "I never apologized to the fans for sitting out, or leaving the Steelers," in the video. I never apologized. I apologize for leaving the world's best fans. I shouldn't leave. I should never have left. I'm sorry. My fault. My responsibility."