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    Getty Tom Brady has another skill player to work with after day two of the NFL Draft. There has been no shortage of rumors involving Tom Brady this offseason, but the NFL legend made it clear he plans to play for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2022. There are still those that wish we could have seen a Brady trade to the Dolphins. Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox outlined seven offseason dream moves that he wishes took place, and Brady moving to Miami was one of the top scenarios on the list given the “chaos” it would have created. “There’s one word to describe why this move would have been entertaining: Chaos,” Knox wrote on May 12, 2022. “Football fans everywhere would have lost their minds over Brady coming back to both share a stake in the Dolphins and quarterback them on the field. Those of us who write about football for a living would have had a massive well of content all season long. Brady would be chasing a Super Bowl with a third team, he’d get...
    Getty Tom Brady and Byron Leftwich could prepare the Buccaneers for the future in 2022. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven’t formally determined a succession plan for quarterback Tom Brady, and the Bucs may not wait until 2023. Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield remains on the training block after the team traded for Deshaun Watson in March. Bucs general manager Jason Licht didn’t shoot down the possibility of pursuing Mayfield, but nothing happened with that during the draft or the weeks following. Bucs insider Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times discussed a potential move for Mayfield on the “Rich Eisen Show” on Tuesday, May 10. Stroud confirmed the Bucs considered Mayfield during Brady’s 41-day retirement. “I have not heard Baker being one of those exploratory deals,” Stroud told Eisen. “Like when they were looking for a quarterback to replace Tom Brady, they did work on Baker, and I don’t think they dislike him as a quarterback. In fact, I know a former coach here, Todd Monken, was the offensive coordinator here, went to Cleveland one year and loved...
    Getty The Buccaneers could look towards acquiring Baker Mayfield. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers could land their future starting quarterback on draft day. According to a draft day trade scenario by Michelle Bruton of Bleacher Report, a Buccaneers trade for Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield would make sense. In this scenario, Tampa Bay would give up a fourth-round draft pick (No. 133 overall) for the former No. 1 overall pick. “The Bucs don’t have a lot of cap space, but Cleveland does,” says Bruton. “If the Browns eat most of Mayfield’s $18.9 million contract, Tampa Bay could acquire him for one of its mid-draft picks, perhaps No. 133 overall.”Brady’s Future After 2022 is UncertainAs noted by Bruton, the Buccaneers could find Tom Brady’s potential successor in Mayfield. Brady is on the verge of entering the final year of his deal with the Bucs after announcing his return in March. “What Tampa Bay doesn’t need to do is select a quarterback prospect,” says Bruton. “With Tom Brady’s return, the team is set for at least one more season, but it...
    Getty The rumors about Tom Brady will not go away. The rumors continue to connect Tom Brady to discussions with the Miami Dolphins during his mini-retirement tour away from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. During an April 22, 2022 interview on “The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz,” NBC Sports’ Chris Simms reported that the Dolphins planned to trade a second-round selection to the Buccaneers for Brady. If the quarterback was able to get NFL approval, Simms suggested Brady would have had an ownership stake in the Dolphins while also coming out of retirement to be the team’s QB1. The analyst cited the Brian Flores’ lawsuit against the Dolphins as the main reason Brady did not join Miami. Simms added that despite the Bucs’ public posturing, the front office was not “going to hold him hostage” if Brady’s desire was to play for another team. Miami was also prepared to trade the Saints a first-round selection to allow Sean Payton to become the team’s new head coach, per Simms. “I was led to believe that it [had]...
    Getty It is unclear what the Buccaneers will do at quarterback after Tom Brady. Tom Brady saved the day after ending his brief retirement in March meaning the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are once again Super Bowl contenders. Brady will be under center in Tampa for 2022, but there is plenty of speculation about what will happen with the quarterback next offseason. Unless Brady signs another extension in the coming months, the star will be a free agent in 2023 when he could once again retire or sign with another team. Normally, the Bucs would have the franchise tag to use at their disposal, but Brady has a “no-tag clause” giving him ultimate control of his future, per Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio. All this is why former NFL general manager turned ESPN analyst Mike Tannenbaum would “like to see” the Buccaneers make a move for Mayfield. Tannenbaum’s proposed trade has the Bucs sending a fourth-round pick in the upcoming draft to the Browns for Mayfield. Cleveland would also eat a good portion of Mayfield’s $18.8 million...
    Getty Images Baker Mayfield of the Cleveland Browns. Baker Mayfield’s future is uncertain following his falling out with the Cleveland Browns but former NFL general manager Mike Tannenbaum believes the former top pick could find a home in Tampa Bay, initially as a backup to Tom Brady. Tannenbaum suggested some draft day trades he’d like to see and one prominent idea feature the Bucs dealing a fourth-round pick to land Mayfield. As he notes, the deal would have to take the Browns eating a chunk of Mayfield’s near $19 million salary. Here’s what Tannenbaum had to say about a potential deal, via the 33rd Team: This move feels necessary for both sides. … Let Baker sit for a year and learn as much wisdom from Tom Brady and Byron Leftwich as possible. Let him use this season as an investment in his future and take in all the gifts that Tom has to give in terms of professionalism and preparation. This would be very similar to what Mitch Trubisky did this past season with Buffalo. The Bucs would...
    Getty Todd Bowles could make a big move for the Buccaneers before the draft. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers could make another big move before the NFL Draft as the Cleveland Browns seek a trade partner for quarterback Baker Mayfield. While quarterback Tom Brady, 44, returns for another season, the Bucs don’t have him under contract beyond 2022. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport sees the Bucs as a suitable destination for Mayfield. “Tampa would be a great spot. That would be an interesting spot and not crazy and would probably make some sense,” Rapoport said on the “Rich Eisen Show” on Thursday, April 14. Mayfield became expendable when the Browns traded for DeShaun Watson, a quarterback the Bucs wanted before Brady unretired on March 13. The Bucs don’t have a clear succession plan at quarterback if Brady retires or leaves in 2023. Bucs backup Blaine Gabbert hasn’t been a full-time starter for more than half of season since 2012, but the Bucs considered him for starting in 2022 before Brady’s return. Second-year quarterback Kyle Trask has no game experience. Ryan...
    Mike McDaniel crushed any notion of the Miami Dolphins trading for Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady this offseason. On the latest episode of the NFL rumor that will not die, Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel did his part to pour water on the embers of his team possibly trading for Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady. Though crazier things have happened in professional sports before, it does not make any sense for Brady to play for this particular AFC East franchise. They play in the same division as his former team in the New England Patriots, the same team he won six Super Bowls will and became The GOAT. If Brady was going to play this season, it would be for the team he is under contract with. As much as he may love to work with Brady, this is why McDaniel hit everyone with “fake news.” #Dolphins HC Mike McDaniel on the Tom Brady to Miami rumors: “Fake news.” pic.twitter.com/7m6fon2W9l — Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) March 28, 2022 Mike McDaniel cites Tom Brady to Miami Dolphins rumors as “fake news” There...
    Getty Tom Brady and Bruce Arians converse during a Buccaneers playoff game last season. New Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel is not having any of the trade rumors that linked his team with a potential trade for Tampa Bay Buccaneers star quarterback Tom Brady. McDaniel described the rumors that the Dolphins are working on a trade for Brady as “fake news.” “Mike McDaniel on Tom Brady to Miami speculation… ‘The Tampa Bay Bucs quarterback?? That’s what do you call it… fake news,'” NFL Network’s Cameron Wolfe tweeted. Even during Brady’s brief retirement, the Dolphins were linked to the legendary quarterback. The latest rumor heated up after NESN’s Dale Arnold noted that Brady was working on a move “a little further South.” Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness “Would not be surprised if @TomBrady didn’t play for @Buccaneers next season,” Arnold tweeted on March 24. “Try a little further South.” The Athletic’s NFL insider Jeff Howe shot down the idea that Brady is heading to the...
    The Tom Brady to Miami rumors have reignited, but a path across Florida from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the Miami Dolphins would be a difficult one. Before Tom Brady unretired, many believed that he might make yet another play to join his hometown team, the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers, who seemed poised to trade away Jimmy Garoppolo, seemed like an obvious choice for Brady — especially since that’s rumored to be the team who chose “that motherf*****.” But then Brady rejoined the NFL officially in an Instagram post and made it clear he’s coming back with the Bucs, which theoretically should have ended the offseason whispers. It didn’t. Now, there are recent reports that Brady is interested in moving across the state to join the Miami Dolphins, who have spent the offseason revamping their organization in a much-needed rebrand. Ironically, the rumor of Brady heading “a little further south” came out of Boston, where several sports reporters indicated that Brady could leave the Bucs the way he left the Patriots. Would not be surprised if @TomBrady didn’t play...
    Getty Tom Brady will play for the Buccaneers in 2022. Buffalo Bills fans thought they had gotten rid of Tom Brady once and for all. Now, the future Hall of Fame quarterback not only decided to come back and play another season, but could end up with a bitter longtime rival. This week, rumors surfaced that Brady may have been working on a trade that would ship him downstate, moving from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the Miami Dolphins. The rumor brought some strong reactions from Bills fans, who had been tortured by Brady and the New England Patriots for the better part of two decades. The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness Join Heavy on Bills! Bills Fans Jump on Brady RumorsThe rumor of Brady’s possible trade to the Dolphins originated with Dale Arnold of the New England Sports Network, who said that both teams were working on the deal. As...
    Getty Tom Brady and Bruce Arians converse during a 2021 game. The Buccaneers could still make a move at quarterback this year behind Brady for depth and the future. Since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can only count on quarterback Tom Brady playing one more season, the team could still make a move at quarterback this offseason. ESPN analyst and former NFL quarterback Dan Orlovsky suggests the Bucs trade for Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield. The former No. 1 pick became tradable last week when the Browns traded for Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson, also a target of the Bucs before Brady’s return. The @Buccaneers should trade for Baker Mayfield — Dan Orlovsky (@danorlovsky7) March 22, 2022 Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness Brady, 44, has one year left on his contract per Over the Cap. The Bucs also need another backup quarterback with Kyle Trask as the only other quarterback under contract. Bucs backup Blaine Gabbert remains a free agent. Finding a quarterback for the future doesn’t...
    Getty Christian McCaffrey would look good in a Bucs uniform. With Tom Brady back in the fold, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are reloading their roster in an attempt to win another Super Bowl. ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler noted on March 13 that there has been “trade buzz” around Christian McCaffrey. Fowler added that the team was inclined to keep McCaffrey if they landed Deshaun Watson, but with the quarterback heading to Cleveland the Panthers could once again explore potential trades. The Buccaneers have a glaring hole at running back with Leonard Fournette and Ronald Jones hitting free agency. Bleacher Report’s Kristopher Knox believes the Bucs are a team to watch in the McCaffrey sweepstakes. “The Tampa Bay Buccaneers—should they free up the necessary cap space—could be a team to watch now that quarterback Tom Brady has announced his plans to play in 2022,” Knox wrote on March 14. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness ALL the latest Bucs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy...
    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are trying to give Tom Brady everything he needs to compete for another championship. Free agent receiver Russell Gage and guard Shaq Mason, acquired in a trade from the New England Patriots on Friday, are the latest additions to a revamped roster that’s taken form since Brady ended his brief retirement. Gage, who spent the first four seasons of his career with the NFC South rival Atlanta Falcons, signed a three-year, $30 million contract and is expected to become Tampa Bay’s No. 3 receiver behind Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. Mason, obtained for a fifth-round pick in this year’s NFL draft, joins the Bucs after playing seven seasons in New England. He was part of two of the six Super Bowl titles Brady won with the Patriots. Gage started 21 of 61 games he appeared in with Atlanta after entering the league as a sixth-round draft pick in 2018. He had 66 receptions for 770 yards and four touchdowns in 2021, with 50 of those catches for 661 yards and three TDs...
    The House overwhelmingly passed legislation aimed at suspending normal trade relations with Russia and Belarus over Moscow’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine on Thursday. Its passage comes one day after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky's address to Congress, in which he called on the United States to provide further assistance to aid in Ukraine's efforts to fight back against Russian forces. Ways and Means Chairman Richard Neal and ranking member Kevin Brady, who led the efforts on the bill, said the legislation looks to inflict further economic hardship on the Russian economy and limit Russian President Vladimir Putin’s resources as he refuses to cease attacks. “President Zelenskyy’s powerful remarks to Congress yesterday only strengthened our resolve to further isolate and weaken Putin. This legislation builds on last week’s energy import ban to inflict even greater economic pain on the Russian regime and its enablers,” Neal and Brady said in a statement.   ZELENSKY CONGRESS ADDRESS POWERFUL, BUT NO-FLY ZONE A NO-GO, LAWMAKERS SAY “We must do all we can to hold Putin accountable for senselessly attacking the...
    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have traded for New England Patriots guard Shaq Mason to help offset losing Ali Marpet to retirement. With Ali Marpet retiring, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were able to find a suitable replacement along the offensive interior by orchestrating a trade with the New England Patriots for guard Shaq Mason. Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reported the longtime offensive guard is heading to Tampa Bay. He reunites with his former Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. Prior to the trade, Mason had spent his entire NFL career out of Georgia Tech with the Patriots, helping keep Brady upright from 2015 until he left in NFL free agency for the Buccaneers two offseasons ago. This is huge news for the Buccaneers, as a familiar face is coming over to help protect Brady. #Patriots trading G Shaq Mason to the #Buccaneers, sources tell me and @RapSheet — Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) March 15, 2022 Garafolo reports Tampa Bay will take on the final two years of Mason’s salary at $16 million. The #Buccaners assume the final two years of Shaq...
    Getty Tom Brady is back for another run with the Buccaneers. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have already begun making moves to build around Tom Brady. The Buccaneers agreed to a deal with the Patriots to acquire Brady’s former starting right guard Shaq Mason in exchange for a fifth-round pick. Tampa Bay also solidified their third receiver spot by agreeing to terms with former Falcons wide receiver Russell Gage. “Terms of the trade …Buccaneers get: G Shaq Mason. Patriots get: 2022 fifth-round pick,” Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer tweeted. “Mason is due $7.5 million this year, $8.5 million next—affordable numbers for a starting guard (less than Alex Cappa got). The Patriots save $7.125 million on the cap.” Mason has been a starting offensive lineman for the Patriots for the last seven seasons, including 15 appearances in 2021. The guard earned a stellar 85.2 grade from Pro Football Focus last season. Mason was part of two Super Bowl winning teams with Brady in New England. Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses...
    Getty Tom Brady will play for the Buccaneers in 2022. Tom Brady’s retirement did not even last until the start of free agency as the NFL legend announced he is once again the Tampa Bay Buccaneers QB1. Brady took to Twitter to officially unretire and made it clear that he plans to play for the Buccaneers in 2022. “These past two months I’ve realized my place is still on the field and not in the stands,” Brady tweeted on March 13. “That time will come. But it’s not now. I love my teammates, and I love my supportive family. They make it all possible. I’m coming back for my 23rd season in Tampa. Unfinished business LFG.” The news officially puts to rest the 49ers trade rumors that surfaced shortly after his retirement. Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio quickly backtracked after months of insisting Brady would be the Niners Week 1 starting quarterback this upcoming season. Shortly after Brady’s tweet, Florio noted that Brady is “definitively” playing for the Bucs next season. Read More From Heavy How...
    With the Houston Texans expected to trade Deshaun Watson, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers would make sense as a landing spot.  Since it was determined that no legal consequences will be coming for former Pro Bowl quarterback Deshaun Watson, more and more trade speculation has arrived. Where will the signal-caller end up? While Watson has been linked to the Seahawks, Panthers, Saints and more, Pro Football Network is reporting that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are also showing interest. With Tom Brady retiring, Watson would potentially take over the offense for the future Hall-of-Famer.Deshaun Watson being traded to the Bucs would be huge for Tampa BayFrom the moment this report arrived, Tampa Bay fans have been begging for it to happen on Twitter. Watson missed all of last season due to his uncertainty from his sexual assault case. On Friday, a grand jury determined that no charges would be filed. While speaking to the media, Watson said he was relieved his name was cleared and he’s now focused on getting back on the field and playing like his old self. The...
    DENVER, COLORADO – DECEMBER 12: Quarterback Teddy Bridgewater #5 of the Denver Broncos lines up against the Detroit Lions at Empower Field At Mile High on December 12, 2021 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images) With Tom Brady leaving the Tampa Bay Buccaneers behind him, it’s time to find a new quarterback for this franchise moving forward. Life without Tom Brady will be interesting for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While Tampa Bay just had one of the most brilliant and successful quarterbacks ever as the face of their franchise, the Buccaneers are now tasked with finding a new quarterback. The Buccaneers might need to get a little creative with finding Brady’s replacement. They won’t ever be able to truly replace Brady, but they might be able to find someone who could be a decent option to help this team remain a winner. At the moment, it looks like the Buccaneers are somewhat interested in the idea of giving the young Kyle Trask a shot at the starting quarterback role. "Door number one right now is Kyle Trask… door...