Bell references Steelers contract dispute on new mixtape
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In addition to agreeing to a deal with the New York Jets on Wednesday, former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell also announced the release of a new mixtape, "Life's A Gamble."

One song that may be of particular interest to Steelers fans is "Free At Last," which seemingly addresses Bell's contract dispute in Pittsburgh and his subsequent departure. Bell previously tweeted "free at last" after the Steelers announced last month that they wouldn't be tagging him.

"They don't want you at the table. They gonna put you through some bulls--- if they able," Bell raps on the track. "They gonna work you and work you and underpay you. I told them f--- it, I'm outtie, just like a naval."

Bell referenced his contract dispute on his track "Target" last year too, rapping, "So they put me on the tag, alright / Definitely not going to trip like I that bad guy."

You can listen to Bell's latest mixtape on Apple Music and Spotify.

Bell references Steelers contract dispute on new mixtape
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