Le'Veon Bell
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Le’Veon Bell took to Twitter to deliver relieving news about his sore shoulder and pump up New York Jets fans for Monday night.

In a week that has risen from the darkest depths of the NFL underworld, the New York Jets finally received some good news.

Further panic ensued on Thursday when head coach Adam Gase followed up Sam Darnold‘s mononucleosis diagnosis with a reveal that running back Le’Veon Bell had a shoulder issue. Bell went in for an MRI evaluation, but it turns out there are no major issues to deal with.

Bell himself provided the good news on Twitter. The rusher appears to imply that the procedure was mostly precautionary.

“I got great news, my shoulder is fine so no worries…” Bell tweeted. “(J)ust had to make sure everything was ready to go for Monday night”

In a week that has featured plenty of bad news, Bell’s self-diagnosis is certainly a welcome sight. In addition to Darnold’s extended departure, receiver Quincy Enunwa (neck) will be out for the remainder of the year. Defenders C.J. Mosley (groin) and Quinnen Williams (ankle) have yet to practice this week.

Bell nonetheless followed up his proclamation by encouraging Jets fans to come out in full force to Monday’s game at MetLife Stadium. The Jets are set to take on an opponent very familiar to Bell, the Cleveland Browns (8:15 p.m. ET, ESPN).

Bell had 60 yards on 17 carries with a receiving touchdown in his Jets debut last Sunday against Buffalo. As a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bell tallied 539 yards and three scores in six games against Cleveland.

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