Update on Bucs Tranasactions

Published by Jordan Butler on

Most Bucs fans know that the Bucs front office didn’t have much salary cap room heading into this offseason, so the chances of the Bucs making a big splash in free agency was very slim.


Here’s a recap of the Buccaneers transactions so far this offseason:


In February:

– Released DE Vinny Curry.

 Signed European league kicker Phillip Andersen.

– Signed former Arizona Cardinals/Texans’ running back Andre Ellington.


In March:

– Re-signed left tackle Donovan Smith to a three-year contract.

– Re-signed linebacker Devante Bond to a one year contract.

– Exercised their 2019 option on Demar Dotson.

– Tendered exclusive rights player safety Isaiah Johnson.

– Tendered exclusive rights player offensive lineman Mike Liedtke.

– Former Buccaneers linebacker Kwon Alexander became a free agent and agreed to a deal with the San Francisco 49ers.

– Former Buccaneers wide receiver Adam Humphries became a free agent and agreed to a deal with the Tennessee Titans.

– The Buccaneers traded wide receiver DeSean Jackson, and a 2020 seventh-round draft pick to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a 2019 sixth-round draft pick.

– Re-signed quarterback Ryan Griffin to a two-year contract.

– Released punter Bryan Anger.

– Re-signed kicker Cairo Santos to a one year contract.

– Re-signed running back Peyton Barber to a one year contract.

 The Bucs released defensive tackle, Mitch Unrein after he failed his physical. He never played a down for Tampa Bay after suffering from a concussion throughout the entire 2018-2019 season.

– Re-signed linebacker Kevin Minter to a one year contract.

– Signed former San Francisco 49ers punter and unrestricted free agent Bradley Pinion to a four-year contract.

 Signed journeyman safety Deone Bucannon. Signing the former Arians’ first-round selection of the 2014 NFL was a no-brainer as the Bucs had a hole to fill.

 Signed unrestricted free agent, former Baltimore Ravens 2015 first round pick, former Washington Redskins, and former Cleveland Browns’ wide receiver Breshad Perriman to a one year contract.

Stay tuned as more moves surface in the coming weeks.

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