It’s always an interesting debate when talking about depth chart players. It’s not as if they take a great financial commitment. According to Spotrac, his average annual value was $2,125,000 under his last contract. With the middle of the road performance, the Bucs could likely keep him at around the same salary. He would be a cheap re-sign, and one that would add ability around Winston and another piece on the depth chart.
On the other hand, it doesn’t seem like Myers is in the plans for Tampa anyway. As much ability as he has, the numbers speak for themselves. He doesn’t appear on the field very often, normally behind Cameron Brate and Luke Stocker. He may not practice well, or he may just not be at the level of the other players at the position. Even Alan Cross saw time at the position last year. Whatever the reason is, Koetter has not seen fit to put Brandon Myers in the game very often, and that is telling.
In the end, that should be the deciding factor.
DECISION: LET MYERS GO
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