Former Miami Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell may not need too much more time to find a new NFL team to play for in 2012, and it appears as if he may not even have to leave the division.
After being released by the Dolphins, Bell has reportedly been courted by the New England Patriots and New York Jets, as well as the Philadelphia Eagles. While the Jets signed LaRon Landry to go along with their already impressive defensive backfield and the Eagles love to stockpile cover guys, it is the Patriots who should pursue Bell the hardest.
Miami could still make a play to bring back Bell, although they do not appear likely to go down that route. More than likely, the Dolphins will look to draft more secondary help in the 2012 NFL Draft in a few weeks, although it would probably not be in the first round, unless they trade up for LSU CB Morris Claiborne.
The Patriots could use the services of Bell the most of the aforementioned three teams reportedly in pursuit, and they would also give Bell the opportunity to win a Super Bowl.
They would also give him the chance to play against the Dolphins at least twice per season. Never count out revenge as a motivating factor in free agency.