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Le'Veon Bell Net Worth

Currently a free agent, Le'Veon Bell is a running back who was drafted into the NFL in 2013 by the Pittsburgh Steelers and played five seasons for them until 2017 and missed the 2018 season before deciding not to renew with the six-time Super Bowl winners. The Michigan State University alumnus received his first All-Pro selection in 2014 and was awarded with another in 2017.


Divisional Round - Jacksonville Jaguars v Pittsburgh Steelers


While the uncertainty regarding his future will be cleared only after mid-March this year, Le'Veon Bell had a decent run with the Steelers, making it to the Pro Bowl on three occasions. He currently has an estimated net worth of $12 million.


Le'Veon Bell Salary


Despite the Steelers wanting to put the franchise tag on Bell in 2018 with a salary of $14.5 million, the 27-year-old refused to sign the same, missing the November 13 deadline to sign the franchise tender which made him ineligible to play in the 2018 season.


Prior to this, Bell made a little over $16 million in the five years with the Steelers from 2013 to 2017 which included a franchise tag worth $12,120,000 in the 2017 season.


Le'Veon Bell Endorsements


Back in 2018, Bell signed an endorsement deal with Jordan brand. Most of Bell's endorsement money comes from local brands. He also jokingly filled out a Dairy Queen job application in 2017, that led to a one-day gig where Bell actually showed up for work for a day.


Le'Veon Bell Charity Work


Bell donated $750,000 to his alma mater Groveport Madison High School back in 2017. In November 2017, he also wore Call of Duty themed cleats to support the Call of Duty Endowment, a non-profit organization that helps military veterans find jobs after they've completed their years of service.


Age27 years
ResidencePickerington, Ohio
Source of wealthProfessional NFL player, Endorsements
Salary$12.1 million in 2017*
Endorsement earnings$200,000 per year
Brands endorsedJordan Brand
Marital statusDating Marliesia Ortiz
Charities supportedCall of Duty Endowment

*Note: Bell did not sign the franchise tag in 2018 and forfeited his salary for the year.

Updated on 5 March 2019


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