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And for as good as Bell is, he ranked No. 5 in total value among all running backs last season, according to Football Outsiders, behind Dion Lewis 聽(who signed a paltry-by-comparison four-year, $19.8 million deal with the Titans 聽this offseason), Todd Gurley, Alvin Kamara 聽and Kareem Hunt. Kamara and Hunt, by the way, were rookie third-round picks who earned $465,000 last season.
The point: Teams can find outstanding running backs Cameron Fleming Jersey for substantially less than what Bell is looking for. And if Bell doesn’t come down on his demands, it’s hard to envision a situation where he’s in Pittsburgh a year from now. Then the question becomes: Will one of the 31 other teams want to pay a 27-year-old running back with a lot of miles like he’s the NFL’s best wide receiver? The Steelers and Bell have until July 16 to reach an agreement on a long-term deal. Otherwise, Bell will have to play on the one-year franchise tender.
Coming off an injury shortened season in which Peterson suited up for two teams and averaged 3.4 yards per carry, but also had games with 134 and 159 rushing yards, he remains a free agent. At 33, Peterson’s career could be ending in a manner similar to the greats that preceded him. When LaDainian Tomlinson retired just shy of his 33rd birthday, he explained that he hadn’t lost the desire to play, rather it was simply time to move on.
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