Photo by Cliff Welch/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Bucs general manager shares his reasoning behind not being interested in the troubled receiver. Wide receiver Antonio Brown was thought of potentially landing with the Buccaneers after the signing of quarterback Tom Brady.
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While Tom Brady is the free agent signing everybody wants to talk about, and rightfully so, the Buccaneers made a number of other big moves that have them looking formidable entering the 2020 season, like the tagging of NFL sack leader Shaq Barrett and the two-year deal they struck with Jason Pierre-Paul.
Tom Brady is now a Tampa Bay Buccaneer, and that may have been his plan all along. The 42-year-old quarterback reportedly sold himself to Bucs general manager Jason Licht, expressing why Tampa should be interested in him.
Nick Wright and Kevin Wildes are joined by Greg Jennings to talk former Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston. Nick tells whether or not he's surprised that Jameis free agent market is looking uncertain, while Greg is shocked no one is taking a chance on such a talented quarterback.
nb游戏平台Arians’ position on Brown is understandable, whether it’s entirely related to the roster and cap space or not. Besides, Tampa Bay’s offense is already loaded with two star receivers in Mike Evans and Chris Godwin.