Wait and see appears to be the only sure fire answer
With as many different rumors seeping out of One Buc, and perplexing quotes from Coach Arians concerning players 2020 status. It may not be what you want to hear, but waiting until seasons end, and letting the team make it’s official decisions regarding those players and then announcing the same is the only way to go and remain sane.
Sanity is overrated at times, in others, it’s right on the money. When they are ready, the Glazer’s will make known Winston’s future, until then keep holding your breath every time he throws the ball, it seems to help at times, or not. Will Winston get the $30 million per year that he is reportedly asking for, or will he get tagged, an action that would make him unhappy?
He is on track to become the first player in NFL history to reach the 30:30 club, meaning throwing for 30 touchdowns, but also 30 interceptions in a season. This line alone displays the mysterious nature of the situation that Winston and the Bucs find themselves in; his talent is tantalizing, but his inconsistencies are furthermore head scratching.
There is one week left in the season; will he stay or will he go?