Bucs free agent safety is just that still a free agent. McDougald, who many want back in Tampa, is still cruising the FA waters. Chris Collinsworth had McDougald as one of his top five free agents. However, he has visited teams and still remains unsigned.
Recently the FA safety visited with the Seattle Seahawks but left there without a contract. Now it seems he will be heading to the Cleveland Browns fro a visit and the possibly a contract. Bradley McDougald is listed as 75th in PFT’s hot 100 free agents this year.
If he leaves Cleveland without a contract, I would expect him to continue his search for a new team; However, I would not be opposed to him returning to Tampa once again.
Last season, McDougald played in all 16 games, recorded 79 tackles, 1 fumble recovery, two interceptions, and 10 passes defended.