Le’Veon Bell’s tenure in New York has not gone as the Jets had hoped. Bell hasn’t been able to duplicate the success he had in Pittsburgh, and the Jets as a team are not in contention.
Changes reportedly are not coming to the Jets’ coaching staff, as Adam Gase is expected to remain in place. But could changes be on the way on offense, pertaining to Bell?
The Jets already traded Jamal Adams to Seattle, and now beyond Bell, New York does not have notable assets.
Trading Bell would let the Jets move his salary, while also likely acquiring a pick in return.
Here are five teams who should consider a trade for Bell at the trade deadline.