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The top name on the list of potential tag recipients is Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, who is coming off an All-Pro season under the tag in 2017. "Continue to hear chatter that Marcus Peters may not be long for KC," Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports tweeted Monday. "Figure that intensifies next week at the combine." Several other high-profile players—including Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, Denver Broncos corner Aqib Talib and Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor—would make sense as potential trade targets. Considering we heard at the 2017 combine that Cousins could wind up with the Dallas Cowboys, we're sure to catch wind of plenty of realistic and unrealistic trade talk in Indy.
Does Bell get the Tag? Do we see more than one trade with these top players heading into the Combine? Rumors are swirling around everywhere.