Buccaneers Lose Two Offensive Weapons to Free Agency


The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost two key offensive weapons in free agency Tuesday.

Breshad Perriman 

The former Bucs wide receiver, Breshad Perriman, signed a 1-year, $8 million contract with the New York Jets. Perriman had a productive 2019 season. He caught for 36 receptions, 645 yards and six touchdowns.

Peyton Barber

The Bucs also lost running back, Peyton Barber. Barber signed with the Washington Redskins on a 2-year, $3 million contract, with $600,000 guaranteed. Barber had 470 rushing yards and six touchdowns with the Buccaneers last season.

Hidden Weapon

With the lose of both their number-three wide receiver and one of their running backs. The Bucs currently have Scotty Milleras their third wide receiver. Miller’s season ended early last year with a hamstring injury. However, if he makes a full recovery, he can definitely be an asset on their offense.

Miller had 13 receptions, 200 yards and one touchdown last year with the Bucs.

Stay tuned to Bucsreport.com for further details on the 2020 NFL free agency period.