On Monday, New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman called it a career at the age of 34. Fittingly, his former quarterback and three-time Super Bowl-winning teammate Tom Brady had a message to share with his old friend in reaction to the news.
Defensive line depth, and a future starter, from the Pacific Northwest The Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ defensive line is far from being a weakness, but there are concerns about depth and the future status of Ndamukong Suh and William Gholston who both enter 2021 with no contract beyond the season.
The Bucs find themselves a pass catching back on the open market with a former Cincinnati Bengal The Tampa Bay Buccaneers found a rotational, pass catching running back out on the open market in the form of former Cincinnati Bengals star Giovani Bernard.
If this is indeed it for Edelman with the New England Patriots, he finishes his career second in franchise history with 620 receptions, fourth in receiving yards (6,822) and ninth in receiving touchdowns (36).
Giovani Bernard played eight seasons in Cincinnati and never won a playoff game. Now he’ll go to the reigning Super Bowl champions. Bernard is signing a one-year deal with the Buccaneers, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
The Super Bowl LV champions Tampa Bay Buccaneers have all 22 of their starters back in 2021. Bucs general manager Jason Licht and director of football administration Mike Greenberg re-signed the most important free agents in March.
As voted by you, we’ll now be taking a look at how Winfield Jr. polished his play to help the Bucs win Super Bowl LV. If you haven’t checked out this series before, we’ll be taking a deeper dive into how some of your favorite Buccaneers’ players improved on their craft throughout the season to help bring the Lombardi Trophy back to Tampa Bay.
A wide receiver from just up the road could continue to help an already potent Tampa Bay Buccaneers offense As we press on, looking for potential candidates in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft, there are a considerable number of players from the “big three” Florida schools that would help the Buccaneers both this year and into the future.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers found a way to return their top free agents this offseason and will field the same starting lineup, offensively and defensively, in 2021 as they did throughout their 2020, Super Bowl-winning campaign.
One way or another, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will need to address their cornerback position in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft. Tampa has four cornerbacks on its roster currently, three of which align outside and one primarily in the slot.