Buffalo Bills Player Profile: Joique Bell (Video Included)

August 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While the Buffalo Bills may be thin at a number of positions, running back is not one of them.
With the addition of C.J. Spiller and the steady competition between Marshawn Lynch and Fred Jackson the Buffalo Bills already have one of the top back fields in the NFL.
Introducing Joique D. Bell Jr., an undrafted rookie from Division II, who graduated with a Criminal Justice degree from Wayne State. 
Bell is used to being the underdog and seems to fit in perfectly with the Buffalo Bills.
Brought up in the streets of Benton Harbor, Mi., Bell was told by every Division I school that he wasn't good enough. Bell took that to heart and rushed for 6,728 yards and 88 touchdowns at Wayne State.
As a Senior he rushed for 2,084 yards and 29 touchdowns and won the Harlon Hill Trophy as Division II's best player.
Many had Bell speculated to be drafted around the fourth round but after a pair of tough pre-draft workouts and the fact that his competition came by the m...

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