NFL Insider Names "Sleeper Team" For RB Le’Veon Bell

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NFL Insider Names "Sleeper Team" For RB Le’Veon Bell

Brown spent last season with the New England Patriots as their left tackle.

The Oakland Raiders arguably are the most intriguing team on this list.

The NFL's legal tampering period officially kicked off Monday and several notable players have already agreed to contract terms with new teams, including LB Kwon Alexander (49ers) and OT Trent Brown (Raiders). Curiously, news of the signing came less than 10 minutes into the start of the window where National Football League teams can begin negotiating with player agents. Oakland is in a position to give him plenty of money over the next few seasons, though they have used a portion of their more than $60 million in cap space on Brown. While he had somewhat of a "down year" in New England, his potential is through the roof.

Good news for the Raiders: There are a ton of young and talented prospects who are hoping for a bigger role in their next job, and Oakland may just be the place for them.


Bell, 27, has had three seasons with over 1,260 yards, including a 1,291-yard year in 2017.

Enter. Brown, until a year ago a career right tackle for the San Francisco 49ers, who drafted him in the seventh round in 2015.

As for which scenario is more likely - Bell or Brown? Miller played both right and left tackle at UCLA and could move back to the right side with Parker offering insurance behind both.

Brown was at his best in the playoffs, including shutting down the edge rushers for the Chargers and Kansas City in playoff wins before the Patriots won the Super Bowl against the Rams.

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