Le'Veon Bell's market is down to the New York Jets

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At this moment, the New York Jets and the Baltimore Ravens are reportedly in the running for Bell.

However, Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk reports that the Ravens haven't had any negotiations with Bell, suggesting that they're being floated as a serious suitor in order to drive the price up.

One team that has been suggested as a possible destination for the All-Pro running back may not want him at all.

At one point last season, Bell, who turned 27 in February, planned to play for the Steelers.

Brown will take over the Raiders' left tackle job, and former first-round pick Kolton Miller is expected to slide over to right tackle. Schefter says Bell got the best deal available after sitting out the 2018-19 season. A three times Pro Bowl selection since joining the league in 2013 and has been an All-Pro twice.

Former Pittsburgh Steelers running back has not played a down of professional football since January 2018.

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"Let's get it", Bell said via Twitter, shortly after his deal was announced. He was also a top pass-catcher out of the backfield, finishing 10th in the league with 85 catches in 2017.

While there's no real telling how Bell will fare in 2019 and beyond, he already has quite a lot of miles on him.

He and the Steelers failed to reach an agreement on a new deal last summer, and he skipped training camp for the second straight year.

The Raiders traded offensive guard Kelechi Osemele to the New York Jets, clearing some more space and perhaps budget for the offensive line in free agency.

The idea of Bell to the Bills seems a bit far-fetched, even if the team didn't sign the 35-year-old Gore on Monday. NY also acquired left guard Kelechi Osemele from Oakland over the weekend.

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