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Predicting Five BOLD moves in 2019 Free Agency

Le’Veon Bell to the Jets makes too much sense. I love this move because he is such a huge weapon on the backfield, and can help Sam Darnold out immensely.

Free Agency begins on March 13th and we want to predict five huge moves that are bold, and some are interesting. Well enough about us, let’s predict some bold moves.

Le’Veon Bell, RB, New York Jets – The New York Jets have a solid rookie quarterback and the best way to alleviate some pressure from a rookie is give him a weapon in the backfield. He can catch out the backfield and can be an immediate impact player for the Jets. He will get paid and the Jets have the bank to do it.

Earl Thomas, S, Kansas City Chiefs – Could you imagine having Eric Berry and Earl Thomas? Well get ready for it, we think the Chiefs are a few players away from the Super Bowl and with the addition of Earl Thomas the Chiefs make a huge statement and will have a great chance of winning it all in 2019!

Nick Foles, QB, Jacksonville Jaguars – The Jaguars cleared up 30 million dollars yesterday cutting players who were super overpaid a couple free agencies ago. They give Nick Foles his pay day, but also draft a quarterback in 2019 to come in and learn from Foles.

Anthony Barr, OLB, Buffalo Bills – The Bills have a solid young linebacking core right now, but with the addition of Anthony Barr, they are able to solidify a group of young linebackers for the future. The Bills finished in the top 5 for the season in defense and now they add a top free agent.

Tyrann Mathieu, S, Tampa Bay Buccaneers – The Buccaneers reunite Bruce Arians and the honeybadger. A few weeks ago the Buccaneers re-signed Gerald McCoy and Mathieu commented on it. I just have a good feeling that this one happens. The Bucs need help in the secondary and this make sense.

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