The Le’Veon Bell situation fells like a classic “time is a flat circle” moment for the Tennessee Titans.
In what seems to be a weird deja vu moment, the Tennessee Titans could be poised to recreate their most potent rushing attack since the CJ2K era.
Rich Cimini has been covering the New York Jets for longer than I have been alive, and today he posted a report that said that one of the moves he expected the New York Jets to make this offseason was trading Le’Veon Bell.
This isn’t a huge surprise because the marriage between Adam Gase and Bell has always been strained after the former GM signed him to a huge contract seemingly against Gase’s wishes.
Fast forward through the 2019 season and you get an unwanted Le’Veon Bell on a bad team with an offensive line pieced together with preseason cast offs and formerly retired players and it should be no surprise that both sides likely want this deal to be behind them.
So what exactly was said, why does it make for the Tennessee Titans and where would it leave Henry? Let’s take a look.