Jesse James was one of the real winners of free agency

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Jesse James was one of the real winners of free agency
Jesse James was one of the real winners of free agency

There's been a lot of talk of “winners” and “losers” with recent transactions involving the Steelers and/or their former players. Did former Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell “win” or “lose” by agreeing to a four-year deal with the Jets, a contract that could ultimately pay him less than what Pittsburgh was offering a year ago? Did the Steelers “lose” really, really big when they were pretty much forced to trade receiver Antonio Brown to the Raiders for a third-round pick, a fifth-round pick and a boatload of dead cap money? Did Brown really “win” in this ordeal, or will Oakland, the team that went out and signed Vontaze Burfict just days after he was released by the Bengals, be the real “loser” when Burfict continues to be Burfict and AB continues his metamorphosis into the next TO?

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