Yeremiah Bell

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    Re: Yeremiah Bell

    I think BB is going to fill all the D's holes in FA with low-risk high-to decent reward signings and use the drafted players in a more developmental way. Like to ease their way into the starting lineup instead of plugin them into the starting lineup from day 1.
     
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    I totally agree.  Bell would be a great signing.  With Brady and Ocho restructering their deals, this is a great opportunity to bring in a solid safety.  I would also like them to bring back James I., (forget trying to spell his last name), at safety as well.
     
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    With the option of drafting a young CB/S or riding it out with a vet,I'd prefer they go after Asante and move DMC to FS let Allen handle the nickelback job,with Asante and Ras I or Kyle Arrington at the RCB.However to swing a trade for Asante they would definately need him to restructure his contract.As for Bell he is a bit long in the tooth but he would be OK for a year if they can't work out a deal with the Eagles.
     
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    In Response to Yeremiah Bell:
    Don't think he has signed yet, would love to see him here for 1-2 years despite just turning 34 he has played all 16 games and had over 100 tackles each of the past 4 seasons Wouldn't stop us from drafting Barron at 27/31 if he was the BPA, but it would free up a 2nd-3rd rd pick for the Pats to use on another position, IMO we HAVE to draft a safety with what we have back there at this time unless we can add Bell
    Posted by rameakap


    Agree, would love if they got him here. I wonder what kind of cash he's looking for at 34
     
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