Oakland Raiders Expected To Make Move For Le'Veon Bell

Florence Fletcher
March 12, 2019

Then, just as the legal tampering period opened, the Raiders reportedly agreed to sign former Patriots left tackle Trent Brown to the richest contract for any offensive lineman in National Football League history, handing him a four-year, $66 million deal that contains $36.75 million in guarantees. His effort was questioned at times in San Francisco and that was one of the reasons why he was dealt to New England a year ago during the draft.

With Trent Brown reportedly heading out the door, the Patriots may have a ready-made replacement at left tackle waiting in the wings. Brown was previously the right tackle for the San Francisco 49ers. With no one else on the roster at left tackle, Wynn will likely be charged with protecting Tom Brady's blindside.

In all likelihood, Browns departure for Oakland means that Wynn is the next man up in New England.

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The 25-year-old will now be in charge of keeping Derek Carr upright after he got sacked 51 times last season.

Brown certainly earned a raise with his play during the 2018 season, and now he has a monstrous contract to match his mighty frame. The news of an agreement came just hours after the NFL's legal tampering window opened Monday at noon. Expect the Patriots to focus on the offensive line in both free agency and next month at the NFL Draft.

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