Jets Free Agency 2012: New York Interested In Yeremiah Bell, According To His Agent

The New York Jets are interested in signing free agent safety Yeremiah Bell, according to his agent Drew Rosenhaus (via New York Post).

However, the Jets are not alone in their interest. The Patriots and Eagles were also named by Rosenhaus as potential suitors for Bell. What is certain is that Bell will not play for the Dolphins again.

Bell is an eight-year veteran out of Eastern Kentucky who has played for the Dolphins his entire NFL career. Bell has recorded 100+ tackles in each of the past four seasons with Miami. Bell, unlike the Jets' recent safety acquisition LaRon Landry, has not had health issues. Bell has missed only one start in the past four seasons.

For more coverage on the New York Jets, be sure to check out Gang Green Nation and SB Nation New York for all your needs. Also check our StoryStream for updates on 2012 New York Jets offseason news.

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