Recent times for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been nothing short of miserable. However, all that appears to have changed this offseason with the addition of Tom Brady.
How much has Brady got left?
How much impact with Gronkowski have?
At the beginning of the new league year when free agency starts and players begin to switch teams, we allow ourselves to drift off into fantasy land.
Tom Brady has a big year ahead, but he could have scarcely asked for a better scenario to be in.
After a twenty year stay in New England, Tom Brady is moving south to Tampa Bay - can you believe it?
Former number one overall pick Jameis Winston is currently slated to hit free agency in lieu of an offer from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Where could the former Alabama quarterback end up this offseason?
The Los Angeles Rams face a difficult decision entering this off season regarding their superstar running back Todd Gurley. Despite not being a free agent, Gurley’s production and role in the team has significantly reduced over the past season and a half, leaving many to wonder if he will be seeing the back of LA before the team moves into the brand new SoFi Stadium in September.
If he is to carry on, there is no doubt he will have options. Here's a look at a few of the teams who could use Rivers in 2020.
New contract. Pastures new. Retirement. Some of the possibilities facing the QBs currently not under contract for 2020 and beyond. Nine signal callers will end the 2019 season as unrestricted free agents. For some, the choice may seem obvious, others are not so blessed with this luxury.
Either way, big changes need to be made in the Sunshine State, and this offseason could be the start of it.
Per the infamous 'Dalton line', the Bengals QB is the most average quarterback in the NFL, something a lot of teams would take right now. Here we take a look at which teams may trade for Andy Dalton this summer.
In what seems to have all but confirmed that Kenyan Drake is on the move, he has not travelled with the team to Pittsburgh to face the Steelers on MNF.
His workout is more like a line-backer than a punter. The 6’2, 210 pound boasted a 38 inch vertical leap and a 4.6 second 40 time. It’s not just Britton Colquitt that should be looking over his shoulder at the Browns; I’m looking at you Myles Garrett and company.
So, Melvin Gordon wants a big bag of money to stay with the Los Angeles Chargers, and if he doesn't get it, he won't report to training camp and request to be traded, as reported by Adam Schefter.