Andrew Adams will not get a tender of $2.05 million from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, earning the safety an unrestricted totally free agent.
Greg Auman (@gregauman) of The Athletic claimed that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will not tender safety Andrew Adams, earning the 26-12 months-outdated an unrestricted totally free agent. Auman mentioned that a return to Tampa Bay could even now be in the playing cards for Adams, nevertheless the Bucs are unwilling to spend him the $2.05 million tender.
As the Buccaneers have a trim margin of cap room to function with at a bit previously mentioned $17 million, this move can make feeling as every single greenback counts for Jason Licht proper now. With the studies that the Buccaneers will use the franchise tag on remaining deal with Donovan Smith, that move would depart the Bucs with only all around $3 million to engage in with.
With the impending totally free company of middle linebacker Kwon Alexander and slot receiver Adam Humphries, count on a slew of moves by the staff within the subsequent handful of times primary up to totally free company. These moves could include relocating on from veterans Gerald McCoy, DeSean Jackson, and Demar Dotson in buy to very clear far more cap room.
In addition to Adams getting to be an unrestricted totally free agent, Auman also claimed that deal with Leonard Webster would also not be tendered by the Bucs. Webster was the backup deal with in 2018, and could return, nevertheless he would have to indicator for considerably less than the $2 million that his tender would have been worthy of.
Andrews led the Buccaneers in interceptions in 2018 with four, three coming in once match, but with a great deal of depth at the safety position, this is a danger that Tampa Bay can afford to pay for to make. With M.J. Stewart relocating to safety in addition to Justin Evans and Jordan Whitehead, the Bucs have a great deal of vital parts returning to the protection.