I may end up moving to Europe for a month or two as all the big news seems to be happening while we’re all asleep in the United States. After all, most of us missed the entire Antonio Brown era in Buffalo the other night. Now, many of us woke up this morning to find the Le’Veon Bell saga has finally reached its end with Bell agreeing to a four-year contract with the New York Jets worth $52.5 million and $35 million of that being guaranteed. The deal has far reaching dynasty impact from New York to Pittsburgh. Let’s take a look at the players whose values have been affected as a result of one of fantasy football greatest assets finally returning to the field and dynasty lineups.
Le’Veon Bell, RB NYJ
It’s fair to wonder if Bell regrets his decision to sit out last season. On one hand, he avoided injury and got the long-term contract with a good chunk of guaranteed money he wanted. On the other, he lost out on $14.5 million under the franchise tag, passed on what looked to be better offers from Pittsburgh and didn’t reset the market for running backs as he predicted he would. Regardless, Bell will be back where he belongs – on football fields and back in fantasy lineups.
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