So in case you've been away on a trip to the moon or galaxies far, far away, Pittsburgh Steelers' running back Le'Veon Bell decided to take a sabbatical this year whether his team approved or not. I haven't been this tired of a story since Rachel Nichols shadowed Brett Favre circa 2008 during his retirement debacle. But let's move this current story forward. In 2019, Le'Veon Bell's team will be?
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Steelers players went into Le’Veon Bell’s locker, removing his nameplate and rummaging through items. Bud Dupree says thanks for the Jordan brand cleats. pic.twitter.com/gQaAu9hUPd
— Jeremy Fowler (@JFowlerESPN) November 14, 2018
I'll say this after today's news out of Pittsburgh: It's hard to imagine the Steelers (+1600) having any chance of luring him back unless Bell wants to retrieve the shoes and "fire" mixtape his teammates pillaged and plundered.
At the current moment, the oddsmakers believe the Jets have the best chances of landing the former Michigan State star. Considering New York is no. 19 in the league in average rushing yards per game they could certainly use his assistance.
The team with the second-best odds are the Raiders, but after the Khalil Mack fiasco can Oakland be trusted to go out and pay big money for a star?
The National Football League squad with the longest odds?
That would be the New England Patriots at +3300.
Le'Veon Bell: Team's Odds of Landing RB
There's no doubt that Bell will be on a ton of radars this offseason, but here's who Sportsbook.ag thinks has the best chances of landing him.
|New York Jets||+300|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||+700|
|Green Bay Packers||+750|
|San Francisco 49ers||+900|
|New England Patriots||+3300|
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