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The latest on Le’Veon Bell as of Wednesday evening

Bell seems to have a number of offers as to where he will play next.

New York Jets Training Camp Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images

Three-time All-Pro running back Le’Veon Bell is a free agent — and as of this writing, he has yet to pick his next destination. Bell was released by the New York Jets on Tuesday night. Since he will still make $6 million from the Jets for 2020, he could pick a team based upon fit and position for 2021 free agency and sign for the veteran minimum.

The Chiefs are in that mix, per ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler, who was the ESPN Steelers beat reporter when Bell was a member of the Steelers.

Fowler told 610 Sports Radio’s “The Drive” that Bell was hoping to make a decision by Wednesday night (click here for the full interview with Fowler). NFL Network’s Peter Schrager noted that “multiple teams” are inquiring for his services.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the last trade conversations the Jets had were with the Miami Dolphins, New England Patriots and Las Vegas Raiders — all AFC foes of the Chiefs.

Sports betting website, BetOnline.ag originally listed the Chicago Bears as the favorites to land Bell.

The Chiefs finished late Wednesday afternoon as the new favorites (+300) before the odds were taken off the site board. We discussed Bell’s fit in Kansas City on the latest edition of Arrowhead Pride Radio.

As a final note, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Bell followed each other on Twitter on Wednesday. And then there was this:

What happens next? We will keep you posted here at Arrowhead Pride.