Grading the Buccaneers 2017 free agent class.
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Jason Licht and the Buccaneers mean business. At least all evidence this off-season leads one to believe that. They may have finished 9-7, but they are not resting on their laurels. Licht knows that the time to win is now, and if you look at the moves that have already been made, that is exactly what they are trying to do.
The Bucs have made the offense even more potent than it was, added a piece on defense, and brought back a piece of the running attack. J.J. Wilcox came in for a visit. Dirk Koetter’s program is moving ahead quickly.
Now is the perfect time to look at how they have done so far. We are looking back at the moves that have been made, both bringing players back and signing new players, and giving them a letter grade. The grade will be partially based on the fit with the Bucs, and partially based on the contract information. Is Licht making good moves that are also efficient? Let’s talk about it.
*All contract/financial info courtesy of Spotrac unless otherwise indicated.