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, compete for a roster spot and make them a restricted free agent the following offseason.
“Hey, Jude” Adjei-Barimah was an undrafted rookie in 2015 and recorded two sacks and 22 tackles, last season, before having to serve a four-game suspension for P.E.D. violations. Freddie Martino caught 8 passes for 142 yards and a TD last season, that TD was a 43 yarder against the Bears. Adam Humphries Wrapped up 2016 with 55 catches for 622 yards and a pair of TD’s. He became the number two receiver due to player injuries. Adarius Glanton filled in at multiple positions but mostly on special teams where he was tied for third with five tackles. He also filled in as a linebacker, and even as long snapper.