Le'Veon Bell's holdout got turned upside-down Wednesday night.
It feels as though a change of scenery is what's best for Bell at this point, but an interested team clearly must be willing to open up its wallet pretty wide.
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According to Kaboly's source, a franchise tag for Bell this offseason would be considered the third whether the running back reports by the November 13 deadline or not. Bell has failed to sign his $14.5 million franchise tender while preserving his long-term health for a future lucrative contract.
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If Bell fails to report, the transition tag would be around $14.5 million, or 120 percent of his $12.1 million franchise tag from 2017, since that's the a year ago he played. That gives Bell the ability to negotiate with other teams and the Steelers the right to match, which would essentially be the same as him hitting the free agent market.
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Se voulant plus explicite, le roi indique qu' "en vertu de son mandat, ce mécanisme devra s'engager à examiner toutes les questions bilatérales ".
"Just about everybody has an opinion on my life and anxious about what I'm doing".
This makes it all the more likely that Bell will just refuse to report by next Tuesday's deadline, in the hopes of finding a richer deal in the offseason. Is Bell dropping a not-so-subtle hint he isn't planning to play for the Steelers this season?
What that would mean is that in order to tag him next year as a franchise player, the Steelers would have to commit to paying Bell $25 million in guaranteed money.
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