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New Chiefs RB Le’Veon Bell is luckiest man in NFL after ditching Adam Gase for Andy Reid

New Chiefs RB Le’Veon Bell is luckiest man in NFL after ditching Adam Gase for Andy Reid

Le’Veon Bell rid himself of football’s foulest stench and came out smelling like roses during a surreal week that will go down in the annals. Four days after the perennial Pro Bowler was trapped inside the league’s most dysfunctional organization, he landed on a juggernaut led by the NFL’s best player and coach. Bell went from Adam Gase to Andy Reid, which is like dying and going to football heaven. The former Jets running back agreed to a deal with the Chiefs just two days after the Jets cut him. Bell became the latest lucky player to escape the clutches of this lost franchise that has...

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Jets are trying to trade disgruntled running back Le’Veon Bell: sources

Jets are trying to trade disgruntled running back Le’Veon Bell: sources

The Jets and Le’Veon Bell appear to be headed for a divorce. The Daily News has learned that Gang Green is trying to trade the perennial Pro Bowl running back amid this nightmarish season. Sources told the News that Gang Green is shopping Bell with the hope of trading him sooner rather than later. The NFL trade deadline is Nov. 3. Advertisement “I know he’s frustrated that we haven’t won,” Adam Gase said Monday after Bell had one target in a 30-10 loss to the Cardinals. “It wasn’t necessarily the plan of not targeting him in the pass game. It just kind of ended up being that way with how...

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EXCLUSIVE: Jamal Adams opens up about a surreal offseason — An inexperienced GM, an absentee head coach and broken promises

EXCLUSIVE: Jamal Adams opens up about a surreal offseason — An inexperienced GM, an absentee head coach and broken promises

The surreal saga between the Jets and Jamal Adams might be coming to an end. Seven months after Adams capped off an All-Pro season that vaulted him into superstardom, general manager Joe Douglas has told one of the game’s most dynamic players that he is open to trading him before the start of the season. Advertisement Adams confirmed to the Daily News on Thursday that the Jets GM has indeed conveyed his willingness to move the team’s best player if the right deal presents itself after intense acrimony this offseason. However, the Jets still have not given Adams’ camp permission to discuss...

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Jets discuss freeing up money to sign former Patriots, Titans defensive back Logan Ryan: sources

Jets discuss freeing up money to sign former Patriots, Titans defensive back Logan Ryan: sources

The Jets might get a valuable new piece to their defensive puzzle. The Daily News has learned that Gang Green has had internal discussions to free up money to make a run at former Patriots and Titans defensive back Logan Ryan. Advertisement Although general manager Joe Douglas has placed special attention on improving the offensive line this offseason to better protect his most valuable asset (Sam Darnold), Ryan would give defensive coordinator Gregg Williams an invaluable chess piece to bolster his unit. Ryan, a smart, instinctive player with two Super Bowl rings in New England, is coming...

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Jets inform cornerback Trumaine Johnson he is getting cut: source

Jets inform cornerback Trumaine Johnson he is getting cut: source

The Jets’ busy offseason To-Do list will include finding a true No. 1 cornerback. The Daily News has learned Gang Green informed Trumaine Johnson he will be cut before free agency. The veteran cornerback’s $11 million salary for 2020 becomes fully guaranteed on the third day of the new league year (March 20). However, the Jets have conveyed to the player he will be gone before that happens, according to a team source. Advertisement A new Collective Bargaining Agreement would give the Jets flexibility to spread Johnson’s $12 million cap hit over 2020 and 2021. Players have until midnight...

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