The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have decided not to tender Safety Andrew Adams.
Greg Auman reports.
Bucs will not be tendering restricted free agent safety Andrew Adams, who led the team with four INTs last season. Could still bring him back for 2019, just at less than $2.05 million tender.
— Greg Auman (@gregauman) March 3, 2019
Adams joined the Buccaneers on September 26th after being released by the New York Giants.
Adam’s was brought in to help with depth after the Chris Conte injury.
In his time in Tampa Adam’s played a combination of Safety and Linebacker. Amassing 38 tackles, 9 passes defended and leading the team with 4 INT’s.
Adam’s could still find himself on the Buccaneers roster, but that would be at a price below the $2.05 million he would have made if tendered.
Stay tuned to Bucsreport.com for further details.