"We can't afford to use any other type of tags", Colbert said Wednesday, per ESPN's Jeremy Fowler.
And given the way he handled last season, one has to imagine money will be Bell's top priority as a free agent, much more so over fit.
Well, there ends one of the most entertaining sagas of the past National Football League season.
Bell sat out the entire 2018 season after refusing to sign his $14.5-million franchise tender in hopes of landing a long-term contract extension after playing on the non-exclusive franchise tag in 2017. "But if those teams step up and say, 'Look, we'll give you the best picks or the best players, ' then we have to make that judgement". Instead, they'll allow him to hit the market as an unrestricted free agent. Bell's trainer, Pete Bommarito of Miami's Bommarito Performance Systems, responded by issuing a strong denial to Fansided.
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Brown is officially on the trading block after meeting with Steelers brass Tuesday in South Florida. "The New England Patriots and AFC North rivals are considered no-trade zones, and the Steelers would rather see Brown affect wins and losses in another conference, if possible".
As for what went wrong with Brown, Colbert deferred to Rooney's discussion but pointed out on two different occasions that Brown is a "highly emotional" player, which is good "98 percent" of the time.
Pittsburgh general manager Kevin Colbert told NFL Network on Friday that several teams have shown interest in Brown, the talented - but controversial - star. All that being said, we'll take a positive approach. "But we'll also know we'll only do that if it benefits us".