New York Jets

Where will Le'Veon Bell land after being released by Jets?


But at 28 years old and with relatively low mileage, there’s reason enough for a team to hope that Bell can return to form — or something close to it— once he’s away from the toxicity of the Jets.


Bell could provide another weapon in the passing game while sharing the rushing load with second-year running back Devin Singletary.


After a disappointing rookie campaign, running back David Montgomery continues to perform at a middling level whether lining up in the backfield with Mitchell Trubisky or Nick Foles.


Could he provide a spark for an offense that struggles seemingly no matter what moves head coach Matt Nagy makes?


The Patriots’ running back rotation features a revolving door of Sony Michel, Rex Burkhead, James White and Damien Harris.


The 4-0 Steelers are absolutely Super Bowl contenders, and Bell would amount to an ultimate luxury sharing the backfield with James Conner






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