Update on Bucs Tranasactions
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:
– Released DE Vinny Curry.
– Signed former Arizona Cardinals/Texans’ running back Andre Ellington.
– 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.