The NFL star, who has earned $48 million in his career and was unemployed a week into the season, has 12 teams vying to sign him

NFL offensive tackle La’el Collins has reportedly drawn a lot of interest since becoming a free agent.

The Cincinnati Bengals released the 30-year-old earlier this week.

Nearly 12 teams are reportedly showing interest in offensive tackle La'el Collins after he was traded from the Cincinnati Bengals


Nearly 12 teams are reportedly showing interest in offensive tackle La’el Collins after he was traded from the Cincinnati BengalsPhoto credit: Getty

Collins has been rehabilitating his knee since tearing his ACL and ACL in Week 16 of last season.

The outstanding example is the former Louisiana State University allegedly The situation is expected to recover within the next six weeks.

And once he’s healthy again, he should be able to return to the field quickly.

According to NFL Insider, Collins was on the radar of “nearly a dozen teams.” Jordan Schultz.

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He’s supposed to be Dr. next week. Robert Eldridge is visiting from UCLA, it said, and the offensive lineman’s search for a new team should “gather momentum from there.”

The New England Patriots are among the teams interested added and conducts its due diligence on the player.

And Patriots running back Ezekiel Elliot, who formerly played with Collins on the Dallas Cowboys, said Thursday he hopes to reunite with his former teammate.

“I would like to see LC here,” Elliott said.

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“LC is one of my best friends. We are very close. It would be great to bring him here.”

Elliot added: “LC, he’s a lot.

“He loves getting his hands on people. He strikes.

Collins spent his first six NFL seasons with the Cowboys after signing with Dallas as an undrafted free agent in 2015.

He signed a three-year contract with the Bengals last offseason and made 15 starts for them before suffering a knee injury.

The Louisiana native earned $8.8 million in 2022, bringing his career earnings to $47.7 million.


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