Drafted in the seventh round (180th overall) by Miami in the 1988 NFL draft. Bell bounced around the NFL for a couple of years including stints with Atlanta and Tampa Bay but did not get into any games. Drafted in the first round by the Orlando Thunder of the WLAF in 1990. Signed by the Sacremento Gol Miners when he CFL expanded into the US in May of 1993 and spent two seasons with them before becomng a free agent in February of 1995. Signed by Edmonton in March of 1995 and played one season for them before being released in April of 1996. Signed with the Indianapolis Colts of the NFL and spent parts of the next two seasons with them before being released. In his second stint in the NFL, Bell appeared in only one game, but did complete 5 of 5 passes (Complete NFL Statistics). Signed by Toronto in March of 1998 and spent one season with the ARgos before being traded to Winnipeg in March of 1999 along with Reggie Swinton (WR) for Eric Blount (RB), Mitch Ronning (WR) and two players on the Bomber negotiation ist. Released by Winnipeg in August of 2000 and signed with Toronto in SEptember, 2000. Bell finished the 2000 season in Toronto and ended his career with Toronto in 2001. Bell's best season was in Toronto where he completed 67.7% of his passes for 4991 years and was named he East All-Star QB. Bell has since gone on to coaching and in January of 2007 was named the head coach of Jacksonville University (JU).
Wikipedia Article on Kerwin Bell
Article on Bell's return to the NFL with Indianapolis
Article on Kerwin Bell on becoming head coach at JU