Bell is looking for a market-setting deal at the running back spot, but the presumed suitors for his services don't appear to be all that numerous, and some of the teams many thought would be in on the bidding (like the Raiders) may in fact be out. Washington has expressed interest in bringing back veteran Adrian Peterson, who rushed for 1,042 yards last season.
The Raiders have $63,683,880 million in cap space even minus the Brown contract so if they really want to load up on skill players, Bell could be swayed to come to Oakland to get that big contract he wants and join his fellow disgruntled former Steeler.
Here are three bargains that the Raiders could take a deep look at once free agency opens to help plug some holes along their roster for the 2019 season and possibly beyond.
One sleeper team for RB Le'Veon Bell: The #Raiders.
While Bell skipped all of past year, he still figures to be in his prime at age 27.
The free-agent running back, who likely is being pursued by the Jets, among others, broke his few-days silence a few hours into the unofficial start to National Football League free agency, hinting he's deciding a major life decision.
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