The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be the front runners to land one of the top pass-rushing specialists available.
“The Buccaneers are seemingly moving on from Jason Pierre-Paul, so adding another veteran pass rusher could help them in their quest to sustain a strong front. Trey Flowers could be used as a rotation player in the Bucs’ front seven, and he probably won’t command much money on a short-term pact.
If the Bucs are gearing up for another run, Flowers makes sense as a short-term addition.”
The fourth-round pick in 2015 by the New England Patriots, Flowers would win two Super Bowls with the Patriots before signing with the Detroit Lions in 2019. Flowers has struggled with injuries lately which has resulted in diminished production.
Flowers still has a solid resume starting in 74 games and recording 31.5 sacks in his career. There hasn’t been a lot of interest for Flowers from other teams, so the Buccaneers might be able to get him at a discount.
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