Buccaneers LB Lavonte David is Keeping His Options Open


Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David has stated he wants to finish his career in Tampa. But the 34 year-old All-Pro is going to keep his options open.

Via NFL.com,

“I feel like I’ve got some good leverage, especially coming off the season that I had,” David said. “I mean I really don’t pay attention to that, but a lot of people throughout the organization and my agent will tell you, you know, I had a great season for a 33-year-old. So I’m pretty confident in that and I’m pretty confident in myself. Right now, I’m not really focusing on it. I’m really just going it one day at a time. Taking it one day at a time. Obviously, I would love to finish my career at an organization that I played for the past 12 years, but anything can happen. I’m just focusing on what I can focus on and let everything else unfold.”

David was a second-round pick by the Bucs in 2012. At 34 years of age David posted 134 tackles, 4.5 sacks, one forced fumble and five pass defenses.

David’s Accolades 

David’s Career Stats

Total tackles: 1,480
Sacks: 33.5
Forced fumbles: 28
Fumble recoveries: 18
Interceptions: 12
Pass deflections: 64
Defensive touchdowns: 3

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