Regardless of the skill that Bell possesses it appears teams aren't willing to meet his asking price.
As of Tuesday afternoon, he had two teams in an apparent bidding war.
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What does this mean for Bell?If bust, then Bell will have to consider lowering his demands.
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The deal could be worth as much as $61 million and includes $35 million guaranteed.
Brown is reportedly headed back to the Bay Area, where he joins a team that has spent big money throughout the past three days. Theoretically they have added enough skill position talent to work in Gase's system, but the offensive line is still a bit of a concern, and they better be ready to try and upgrade some various positions if they want to protect Darnold and block for Bell. That's been the biggest mystery this entire time.
And the Jets pounced on a player they think can help Darnold take their offense to another level - despite the fact Bell hasn't played since Pittsburgh's playoff loss to Jacksonville on January 14, 2018. The Jets look like they aren't going to raise their offer. Rapoport notes that the Raiders are willing to spend on Bell even after swinging a trade for WR Antonio Brown. Maybe Bell and his reps are making one final push for last minute offers, but at this point, it sounds like he's dealing with a NY or bust situation.
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