Redskins may be interested in pursuing Le’Veon Bell

Redskins may be interested in pursuing Le’Veon Bell

Redskins may be interested in pursuing Le’Veon Bell

In 2018, Brown finished the season as Pro Football Focus' 30th-ranked tackle.

The Raiders were linked to Le'Veon Bell early this morning and now another high profile free agent seems to be in the mix to sign in Oakland. Former New England Patriots left tackle Trent Brown is apparently going to be donning the Silver and Black in 2019 and beyond, as the Raiders opened their check book for him on Monday.

The deal includes $36.75 million in guaranteed money for Brown.

Brown was solid in his first and only year in New England, but many have pointed out he had a lot to play for given it was a contract year.

He missed one game with an injury previous year, against, coincidentally, Detroit.

Prior to 2018, he rushed for more than 1,200 yards in three of the past four seasons and is one of the NFL's most versatile backs.

Despite earlier reports to the contrary, the Jets sound unified in their approach to free agency, and more specifically, Bell. They sent left guard Kelechi Osemele to the Jets. Odds are much better the Raiders prioritize a left tackle over a running back. Last year's first round pick, Kolton Miller, will remain on the starting offensive line, but Schefter later reported that he will move to the right side with Brown coming in.

If the Steelers still view themselves as Super Bowl contenders for the next couple of seasons, then you can't argue with their logic.

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