Le’veon Bell Net Worth

In 2017, his net worth is around $6 million.


However, there is a chance that his net worth could increase to $20 Million.

Le’Veon is an American football running back for the New York Jets of the NFL. He played college football for the Michigan State Spartans and was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the second round of the 2013 draft.

Early Life

Andrew Bell was born in Ohio in the year of 1992. He also has two brothers, and they all played football together. His brothers also made their respective professional careers in American football.

He graduated from ‘Groveport Madison High School’ in Ohio, where he played multiple sports, apart from running track. He played as a running back for his school football team and was part of the team that won its school’s championship.


The Cardinals drafted him as a backup but he quickly moved up the depth chart to become the lead running back. His name has been associated with that of Larry Johnson for years and Bell is now his teammate.

He is the first running back to be selected in the second round of the NFL draft since Ricky Williams. On the contrary, he is the first running back to be selected in his second season with the Steelers.

When he rushed for 860 yards, he did it with 860 carries, 246 of those carries being over 80 yards.

However, the game was lost when the ’14 starters’ were injured and Bell was out of the game.

After not running for 100 yards in 7 games, they decided that he would be their first to run for 100 yards in 7 straight games.

His second season as running back for the Minnesota Vikings, was more than solid. He had career highs in rushing yards (1,137 yds), rushing touchdowns (11), rushing average (4.3 yds/att), and total touchdowns (14) in the regular season.

He also became famous through his football career. He was a left-back and right-winger, and he was on the youth team of Marseille. However, he was not allowed to become a professional footballer, so he decided to make music instead.

With his contract expiring, Le’Veon Bell is looking for a new team.


– Bell’s record-breaking performance in a game against the Giants in 2009, where he rushed for three touchdown and amassed a total of 341 yards on 42 carries.
– His performance against the New York Jets in a 2012 playoff game, where he set a Steelers rookie record with 203 rushing yards.
– His performance against the Tennessee Titans in a 2014 playoff game where he amassed a total of 210 rushing yards and a touchdown.

Favorite Quotes from Le’Veon Bell

Bell, who missed five regular season games due to a turf toe injury, was limited in practice and games during Week 8 and Week 9 of the regular season and then sat out Week 10 (with the Jets).

3 Great Lessons from Le’Veon Bell About Hard Work 

Le’Veon Bell had to work hard to achieve success. That’s why he used to work at his dad’s business. He put in the hours so that he could become one of the top running backs in the NFL. Now with him, The Steelers, and the rest of his team as his teammates, he’s making millions.

1. Lighten Up

We’re not going to get one but let’s enjoy the time we have without worrying about the future because the next one might not happen.

2. Be Loving

I guess that we can’t think about our old age until we actually reach it. What we can do now is enjoy the time we have with our families and friends.

3. Success is NOT a Straight Line

When failure comes, it is always the best thing that happens in your life. It pushes you to become even stronger and it helps you become a better you. Talking about your dreams to other people is important because one day someone might help you and even become a close friend.


The Pittsburgh Steelers is the primary American football team from the city of Pittsburgh in the United States of America. Its main market is Pittsburgh and its immediate area, but it is also played in nearby states.

As Le’Veon Bell is a free agent and it’s looking like he may not come back to the Steelers next year, it’s safe to say that his net worth is in the millions now.

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