Le'Veon Bell Press Conference | New York Jets

Former NFL running back Le’Veon Bell is certainly a man of many talents and trades. Since gravitating away from the gridiron in 2021, he’s ventured into a multitude of mediums. Now, the 31-year-old is ready to bare it all on OnlyFans. Figuratively speaking, of course.

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Bell, who established himself as a premier running back for a handful of years before quickly dropping in stature, began boxing after his playing career. Thus far, he’s had two pro fights, with a 1-1 record. He’s also an avid gamer, and says he will use his OnlyFans account as a personal vlog and a way to be more “intimate” with his fans,

“I decided to do OnlyFans as a platform for the simple fact to get more intimate with my fans,” La’Veon Bell told Fox News Digital in a recent interview. “There’s times where – people know I make music, people know I box, play football, so I use that platform for times to get intimate with my fans,”

Bell will lend his name to a streaming service for video games, primarily Super Smash Brothers (where he often plays as the character, Mega Man).

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Le’Veon Bell actually defeated former running back Adrian Peterson in an exhibition bout last Fall. He says he wants to document his journey for his followers, providing them with an up-close look at the way he goes about his business.

“When I’m boxing, people want to see how I look when I spar, or how I cut so much weight in a week or two, or what I’m eating during the week of the fight, whatever it may be,” Bell said. “That’s my chance to really get intimate with my fans and show them exactly what I’m doing, exactly how I’m going about my week or my day or how I train or how I record in the studio and give that opportunity for my fans more intimately.”

Le’Veon Bell is also a musician, having jumped into the rap game, right after his second Pro Bowl appearance.  originally released a 16-song album on SoundCloud. Then, he produced a four-song mini-project in 2018, before putting out another album the same day he signed with the New York Jets.

 

Bell, a Michigan State product, was originally drafted in the second round of the 2013 NFL Draft by the Pittsburgh Steelers. From there, he would move from the Jets, Chiefs, Ravens, and Buccaneers, while amassing 6,554 rushing yards and 42 touchdowns.

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