New York Jets running back Le'Veon Bell does not regret leaving the Pittsburgh Steelers.

On Sunday, the three-time Pro Bowler Bell will face the Steelers for the first time since switching to the Jets in March. Bell signed a four-year, $52.2 milli

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on deal with the Jets following a contract dispute in Pittsburgh, where he spent his first five NFL seasons.

"I'm happy where I'm at," Bell said Thursday. "The way things are going, obviously it's not ideal with the way our record (5-9) is.

"But like I said in Week 2, Week 3, this is kind of like rebuilding. I want to be a part of it and see it grow."

"Last year was last year and two years ago was two years ago," he added. "I'm over it now. I'm past it. I'm here. I'm with the New York Jets, and I'm happy."

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Despite it being a Jets home game Sunday, Bell is braced for Steelers fans to boo him.

"It'll probably be 50-50," Bell told reporters. "I think half will be happy to see me and still love me, and half that hates me, despises me. It is what it is.

"I'm going to show love, regardless. Anybody who's wearing my jersey, I'll go sign it. It's going to be fun."

Bell continued: "(MetLife Stadium is) going to be packed with Steeler fans. When we played the [Oakland] Raiders, there were a lot of Raider fans and it was loud. I think it'll be the same as that, if not more. Steeler fans travel well. I definitely know that."