Published: Mon, March 11, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Le'Veon Bell-Antonio Brown reunion may be on Raiders' wish list

Le'Veon Bell-Antonio Brown reunion may be on Raiders' wish list

Former Patriots left tackle Trent Brown plans to sign a four-year, $66 million free-agent contract with the Oakland Raiders that will make him the highest-paid offensive lineman in National Football League history, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Seeking a long-term deal with guaranteed money, his anticipated move is expected to be one of the biggest of free agency this season after Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert confirmed the organization won't use the franchise tag on him. News of his signing broke nine minutes after legal tampering began.

Brown played right tackle in San Francisco and was used at left tackle in New England, starting all 16 games in 2018.

According to Ian Rapoport, who spoke on the matter Monday morning on NFL Network, the Patriots offered the Steelers a second- and fourth-round pick for Brown. The Patriots went on to win Super Bowl 53.

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The 6-foot-8 behemoth was a force on the New England offensive line last season, replacing Nate Solder as the man tasked with protecting Tom Brady's blind side.

Bell sat out the 2018 season instead of playing on the franchise tag for Pittsburgh. Wynn, drafted 31st overall out of Georgia past year, missed all of last season after tearing his Achilles during the preseason.

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