Le'Veon Bell-Antonio Brown reunion may be on Raiders' wish list

Le'Veon Bell-Antonio Brown reunion may be on Raiders' wish list

When it comes to the Pittsburgh Steelers' feelings towards the New England Patriots, it appears as though the hatred is still very strong.

Le'Veon Bell is going to be one of the hottest commodities in National Football League free agency and he is fully aware of that.

Don't be surprised if Oakland replaces Osemele's salary with another highly paid offensive lineman. Additionally, from the Steelers' perspecitve, sending him to New England would have been the equivalent sending a problem employee on an all-expenses-paid vacation to a luxury island. A person familiar with the contract said Monday that Brown will receive $36.75 million guaranteed in the richest contract ever for an offensive lineman.

Well, this ultimately sounds like he'll be coming to NY as the Jets may be the only team willing to dish out that money. Brown started all 19 games for the Patriots, and didn't miss a snap throughout their playoff run, which culminated with a victory over the L.A. Rams in Super Bowl LIII.

Good news for the Raiders: There are a ton of young and talented prospects who are hoping for a bigger role in their next job, and Oakland may just be the place for them.

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. After all, Oakland has doled out huge left-tackle-type deals to the likes of Osemele and Austin Howard in the past, and they played left guard and right tackle, respectively. They sent left guard Kelechi Osemele to the Jets.

The Patriots traded for Brown before the 2018 season and moved him to left tackle.

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