Found March 20, 2012 on
Yeremiah was a bullfrog, he was a good friend of Todd. I never understood a single thing Reid did, but he could give Bell the nod.
Sorry, couldn’t help myself.
Yeremiah, of course, is Yeremiah Bell, the recently released safety from Miami. And as fate would have it, Bell played the strong safety position for the Dolphins.
The Eagles were interested in LaRon Landry enough to want him to come for a visit. That means they are at least thinking about adding a strong veteran to the mix at the safety position, particularly strong safety.
However, Landry never made it out of New York and ended up signing a one-year deal with the Jets.
Bell, for what it’s worth, would be a nice consolation prize and perhaps end up being a better addition since he wouldn’t come with the injury concern. Though he’s not as big as Landry, he makes up for it with consistency and leadership.
Bell is 6′, 205 lbs and 34 years old. After being drafted by Miami in the sixth round of ...
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Free-agent safety LaRon Landry has agreed in principle on a one-year deal with the Jets, filling one of New York's most pressing needs.
Landry spent his first five NFL seasons with the Washington Redskins after he was picked No. 6 overall in the 2007 draft out of LSU. The hard-hitting Landry had a number of teams interested in him despite finishing last season on injured reserve...
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LaRon Landry and his massive pipes are coming to the Big Apple. The Jets, who’ve been scarily silent this offseason, snatched up the former ‘Skins safety on a one-year deal. The move comes as the pool of available safeties all but evaporated in front of their eyes. So, what to make of it? Not much.
Safety is a position of need for the...
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Miami Dolphins have released veteran safety Yeremiah Bell.
The 34- year-old Bell has played his entire eight-year career with the Dolphins and recorded 107 tackles, 2 sacks and 1 interceptions in 2011.
By releasing Bell, the Dolphins cleared $4 million in cap space. He’ll likely get some looks from teams around the league.
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The handwriting was on the wall with this one. LaRon Landry signed a one year, $4 million deal with the New York Jets for the 2012 NFL season. The Washington Redskins left Landry unprotected when they applied the franchise tag to a healthier Fred Davis.
Joe Gibbs added the first round 2007 Draft pick to the roster to pair him with the late Sean Taylor to force more "coverage...
Former Washington safety LaRon Landry signed a one-year, $4 million deal with the New York Jets. The former Redskin ruffled many feathers when he went against team doctors advice to have surgery to repair his achilles tendon that had been troubling him all of last season. When it was apparent that Landry was not going to go through with the surgery, it was clear that the Redskins...
LaRon Landry, five years removed from being drafted No. 6 overall, is leaving the Redskins for a one-year, $4 million deal with the Jets. Not much to say other than, well, it was a strange and disappointing five years.
Good luck to The Ron, and good luck to any shirts with sleeves in the NY metropolitan area. They’ll need it.
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After a little over two years, former Washington Redskins safety LaRon Landry is finally healed and ready to prove he’s better than ever—in New York. The hard-hitting Landry signed a one-year deal with the New York Jets on Monday, which was announced by the team.
Landry’s recent injuries prolonged his opportunity of being the league’s best...
In their biggest free agent splash so far, the Jets came to terms with former Redskins S LaRon Landry today, filling a huge void in Rex Ryan's defense.The deal was confirmed by several sources and reportedly is for one year at $4MM. Many teams have been hesitant to sign the talented defensive back due to a history of injuries including a chronic Achilles' issue.Landry, a...
Right before word was approaching the cell phone of FOX Sports' Jay Glazer that the Dolphins had signed David Garrard, the Dolphins terminated the contract of Yeremiah Bell.Bell was named Co-Captain of the defense and was the longest tenured Dolphin prior to the retirement of Jason Taylor in January. Bell was selected in the 6th round out of Eastern Kentucky by then coach...
With most of the focus on the New York Jets improving the secondary by adding LaRon Landry and potentially signing another safety, there have been some rumblings about the team looking to boost their depth chart at running back.
By the way, Wayne Hunter and Vladimir Ducasse are currently the Jets top two right tackles. I just needed to remind everybody of that…now back to the...