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It is improbable that Tyler Boyd will sign with the Steelers; the Chiefs and Lions, among others, were interested in him.
Tyler Boyd has drawn interest from several Super Bowl contenders, but the Steelers don’t seem to be in the running.

Tyler Boyd, where will he land?

Many believed that Boyd’s days in Cincinnati Bengals uniforms were over when free agency opened.

Still unsigned after almost a full month of free agency, Boyd is among the greatest offensive players available. Although Boyd’s hometown Pittsburgh Steelers were thought to be a serious contender, the two parties have not yet come to an agreement.

Boyd and the Steelers are not expected to come to an agreement, according to Mark Kaboly of The Athletic. The San Francisco 49ers, Detroit Lions, and Kansas City Chiefs are a some of the teams who expressed initial interest in signing Boyd when free agency opened, according to Kaboly.

In my opinion, there is a slim chance that the two parties will reconcile. According to what I’ve been told, Boyd wasn’t comfortable with the offer even though he was really interested in Pittsburgh at the start of the free agency process. At the very least, the Chiefs, Chargers, Dolphins, Lions, and 49ers have shown some interest in Boyd. The ship carrying the Steelers has, I believe, sailed.

Given that the Bengals are an NFC team, losing Boyd to the Lions would be the best-case situation if you’re a fan. Boyd getting back together with DJ Reader and helping the Lions overcome their Super Bowl hump in a similar fashion to what they did in Cincinnati would also be awesome.

Boyd’s interest in the Lions makes sense, as the team, along with the 49ers, are two of the AFC’s greatest Super Bowl prospects.

It would hurt to see Boyd go to the Chiefs, but they could use another wideout, particularly in light of the circumstances surrounding Rashee Rice.

The Chargers and Dolphins are legitimate candidates for the AFC playoffs.

Boyd might hold off on signing a contract until after the 2017 NFL Draft to see if any teams still require assistance at wide receiver.

 

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