Finally, Le'Veon Bell will get his wish and become a free agent.
Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told local reporters the team will not place a franchise or transition tag on Bell this offseason. The two-time All-Pro running back sat out the entire 2018 season while in contract disputes with the team.
"Le'Veon is still a great player," Colbert said. "We can't afford to use any other type of tags. Le'Veon will be an unrestricted free agent at the start of the new league year."
Bell appeared to be pretty happy about the decision.
Bell declined to sign a franchise tender last year, turning down $14.5 million as he held out the entire season.
Now that he will be a free agent, Bell certainly won't remain a Steeler. Could he join the Raiders, though?
Bleacher Report's Matt Miller thinks he could be a good fit.
Bell certainly does fit all three phases for the Raiders -- need, money and big name. Let's start with need.
The Raiders' top two running backs from last season -- Doug Martin and Marshawn Lynch -- are both unrestricted free agents. Both are also over 30 years old, and have nowhere near Bell's talent. And the team's third-leading rusher, Jalen Richard, is a restricted free agent.
When Bell, who just turned 27, last played in 2017, he rushed for 1,291 yards and nine touchdowns. The Raiders' trio previously mentioned combined for fewer than 100 more yards rushing in 2018. Plus, Bell is a threat as a receiver as well -- he has 2,660 career receiving yards, too.
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Secondly, the money. Bell wants to get paid, and the Raiders have the cash to do so. They will have roughly $81 million in salary cap space this offseason, with plenty of holes to fill on the roster.
Lastly, the star power. The Raiders could certainly use and Bell certainly has it. Year 1 of Jon Gruden's return didn't go as planned.
To turn things around and kick off their move to Vegas in 2020, Bell could be the perfect player as the new face of their franchise.