Le'Veon Bell Steelers Jets
Le'Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks for extra yards behind Juston Burris #32 of the New York Jets during a fourth quarter run at Heinz Field on October 9, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pittsburgh won the game 31-13. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

A bunch of teams have been linked to Le’Veon Bell in recent days. The Oakland Raiders and Chicago Bears are reportedly interested in signing the running back, while the Green Bay Packers, Houston Texans and Buffalo Bills have all been viewed as possible destinations.

With more money to spend than all of those teams, the New York Jets have been seen as the frontrunners to sign Bell. The two sides hadn’t agreed to a contract as of early Tuesday afternoon, and the Baltimore Ravens could be standing in the way of a deal getting done.

According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Bell is considering both New York and Baltimore. The Jets have reportedly made a final offer, though the three-time Pro Bowl player seems to be intrigued by the possibility of joining the Ravens.

Bell has been expected to take the most guaranteed money that’s offered to him. He sat out the entirety of the 2018 NFL season and passed up a $14.54 million salary, hoping to maximize his earnings in free agency.

The Jets have more available salary cap space than they thought they would at the start of the day. New York expected to sign Anthony Barr, but the linebacker reportedly got cold feet and chose to return to the Minnesota Vikings.

New York has reportedly agreed to sign linebacker C.J. Mosley to an $85 million contract.

Mosley had spent his entire career with Baltimore. The Ravens have also reportedly lost veteran Terrell Suggs and Za’Darius Smith in free agency. Baltimore released safety Eric Weddle last week.

Perhaps those moves will allow the Ravens to give big money to Bell, though it might come as a surprise if they make the most lucrative offer to the former Pittsburgh Steelers’ running back.

Bell is reportedly looking to earn around $15 million or $16 million per season.