New York Jets running back Le’Veon Bell throws a massive album-release party in Miami after signing his massive new contract.

Robby Sabo

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, children of all ages, the New York Jets proudly bring to you it newly-acquired rapper running back 27-year-old stud, Le’Veon Bell.

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Bell, fresh off signing his four-year, $52.5-million contract, took to Rockwell Nightclub in Miami Beach on Saturday to perform songs from his new hip-hop album, “Life’s a Gamble.”

The most notable song, “Free at Last,” that chronicles his drama with the Pittsburgh Steelers, was, of course, among the performed songs.

Much of Bell’s lyrics surround money, an item that now comes flowing in after Mike Maccagnan successfully reeled in the All-Pro back.

Whether or not his MC talent surpasses the likes of Shaquille O’Neal is something other individuals can analyze. Auto-Tune, however, is clearly present.

Oh yeah, there are videos as well.

Hip-hop career or not, Le’Veon Bell is now officially a New York Jets employee. There’s no question his showcased talent back in 2017 was head and shoulders above the rest at the position. He’s one of the most patient, vision-filled backs in NFL history.

The only question is, “Is he still at the top of his game two years later at age 27, a horrid number for any back in this young man’s game of professional football?”

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