The New York Jets Cannot Afford (Literally) To Make A Rash Decision On Le'Veon Bell

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The New York Jets Cannot Afford (Literally) To Make A Rash Decision On Le'Veon Bell
The New York Jets Cannot Afford (Literally) To Make A Rash Decision On Le'Veon Bell

A few days after Miami quarterback Ryan Tannehill was sacked six times in a 30-17 loss to Tennessee in October 2016, Billy Turner was one of three offensive linemen cut by the Dolphins. Turner, who started at left tackle that day, had started most of the 2015 season at right guard for the Dolphins. Shortly after being cut by Miami, Turner was claimed off waivers by Denver and eventually became a starter there before signing a four-year, $28 million free-agent deal with Green Bay, per overthecap.com. Turner became a mainstay at right guard for the NFC Central champion Packers in 2019, starting every game, including the two playoff contests, and earning a $500,000 bonus for playing more than 90

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