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In this edition of "Snapshots of Soccer Matches", Jets are worried that Lewen Bell is too heavy and that Antonio Brown may want too much money in a new contract. Also, the memory of Troy Polamalu.
Is this Le Bebon Bell or Jerome Bettis?
At least one team is worried that Lee's Vienna Bella's bank account becomes too thick
Jetty has long been a potential supporter of Bella if she hits the open market. We now know that this will happen after Kevin Colbert said on Wednesday that Steelers would not use the conversion tags for their former All-Pro running back.
Manish Mehta wrote in New York City Daily News that "Jets will take Bell at the right price."
It is unclear what it will be for the price. He says that Bell is going to claim at least $ 48 million in the first three years.
This may push New York on the basis of two problems.
Mehta says that the first thing the team is concerned about Bella's motivation
Secondly, Mehta heard that Bell may have received too much tuberculosis during her vacation.
"The word on the street is that Bell, who plays weight, is about 225 pounds, scattered around 260 pounds in one place during his one-year break," he writes. "There is enough Jets to worry about in what form he is currently in."
Bell may need some such cardio sessions as Antonio Brown.
Big breasts have a nice ring. Mr. Big Gout is not.
And what about being A.B? Would not they also be interested in Antonio Brown?
Yes. Yes, they must. Robbie Anderson, a restricted free agent, was the best receiver in New York last year. He had 50 catches on 94 targets and 752 yards. No other receiver in the team had more than 40 livestock and 502 yards. So, they throw bones on attitude, mentality and Brown's compensation?
Here is what Mehta has said on this front:
"I understand that the planes were not yet engaged in trade talks with the Stills, but smart money. This is what the conversation will take place in Indianapolis next week at the Scout Combine.
"There is one sense on One Jets Drive that Brown, who wants to rework a contract with guaranteed money, will trigger shots for his next appointment …
If someone falls into Brown's ear and reminds him of the opportunities for marketing in the Big Apple, he rethink
Not ready. for Prime Time
Deion Sanders NFL Network sent this Tweet about Steelers.
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Sanders' thinking is worse than his open field.
the end is good for Steelers with Brown and Bell, right? But I noticed that he left it out of his analysis.
What do you get in "Prime Time?" Who do you mean "elephant in the room"? Or both?
Instead of being passive-aggressive, why not go out and say it?
I wonder why he did not do it.
How is this for passive-aggressive?
From the point of view of the national media, the charges of transferring from Bella and Brown and to someone else in black and gold are painful.
There's nothing missing
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It was perfectly.
She, only because Peet Morelli wanted to act as it did not, does not mean that Fox should have done the same thing.
The Broncos defender Case Keenum describes himself as "definitely shocked" and "disappointed" by the fact that the team built a trade with Baltimore for Joe Flacco.
Keenum went to Denver last year for a two year contract worth $ 21 million. It is unclear whether he will bargain, be fired or kept as a reserve for Flacco.
"We do not know what's going to happen," Kinum said about Jason's Romano's Sports Spectrum podcast. – There's still plenty of air in the air. It's very fresh. "
Keenum will receive $ 7 million, regardless of whether he is on the Denver list. You can contact Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter . All tweets can be re-published. All e-mail messages are subject to publication unless otherwise stated.