General managers, start your bidding.
On Wednesday, Pittsburgh Steelers GM confirmed that the team would not be putting the franchise tag nor the transition tag on Le'Veon Bell, which would make him an unrestricted free agent.
Bell will now hit the open market untethered, which was the dual-threat running back's goal when refusing to sign the $14.5 million franchise tag past year and sitting out the entire season.
"We're not going to move a significant player for less than significant compensation", Colbert said.
Over the next few months, there will be a raging debate as to which teams might be interested in trading for Pittsburgh Steelers star wide receiver Antonio Brown. We both agreed that it is time to move on but I'll always have appreciation and gratitude towards the Rooney family and @steelers organization!
Honda to shut plant in Brexit-shaken Britain
Once upon a time it was producing 230,000 cars a year, with Accords, Jazzes, CR-Vs and Civics all being built there. The restructuring announcement also noted the automaker's plant in Turkey will close in 2021.
The Steelers will explore trade options for Brown, but Colbert did not completely rule out Brown's possible return in 2019 if the team can't find fair value for the four-time All-Pro.
Colbert told reporters that the Steelers weren't yet engaged in trade talks, but he expected they would pick up.
At his lighter playing weight, Bell became a much shiftier back and one of the most productive in the history of the NFL.
A trade for Brown would take a lot of maneuvering from Pace, but after September's blockbuster, never say never.