Cameron Brate has been tendered by the Buccaneers, which comes as no surprise. Brate has been an impressive tight end. Coming into the league as an undrafted rookie from Harvard, in 2014, he was on and off the Buccaneers roster before gaining popularity from the team and the fans in 2015. During his off
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Fans around the league can now take Bell and Brown off their wish list. Yes, it was a pie in the sky idea, but hey, one can wish can’t they? One can dream can’t they, regardless of how ludicrous the dream is? Brown received a contract extension that makes him the highest-paid receiver in the
The Steelers and Brown have come to an agreement and that agreement is an extension worth $68 million for four years. It also makes him the highest paid receiver in the NFL. The Steelers will pay Brown $17 million a year for the next four years. Brown’s total contract is now worth $72 million for
John Lynch has been busy since taking the reigns of the San Francisco 49ers and his message is simple, “change the culture.” To make this message a reality the 49ers need guys who fit the system and not just wasted draft picks. Lynch has announced that they will discuss trading the number two pick in
The Buccaneers have tendered exclusive-rights contracts to WR Adam Humphries, DB Jude Adjei-Barimah, LB Adarius Glanton and WR Freddie Martino. An Exclusive-rights tender is a one-year league minimum contract. Cameron Brate is still to be tendered as well as defensive end, Howard Jones. The signing of these tenders allows the player to remain on the team,
The Center position has become a pressing need once agian, as Hawley has become a free agent and only Evan Smith remains under contract. Tampa may re-sign Hawley, and they should, since he did come in for the injured Evan Smith, took over as the starter and kept the role, until he, himself was injured.