2022 Tampa Bay Buccaneers Free Agency tracker

Tom Brady, Leonard Fournette, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
Tom Brady, Leonard Fournette, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images) /

Keep up with all of the free agency moves by the Buccaneers here!

Free agency is a wild time in the NFL, especially at the start. The legal tampering period, the rumors, and the many breaking news moments make it so that it’s hard to follow the many happenings for high-profile teams like the Buccaneers.

Instead of trying to keep up with every Tweet and post individually to see what the Bucs are doing to keep the roster in contention for the Super Bowl, we will keep all pertinent news here to make life easier and update as any news breaks.

Buccaneers free agents that are staying

Chris Godwin WR (Franchise tag) 1 year, $19.2 million 

The Buccaneers used the franchise tag to keep their star receiver in town. What a decision this turned out to be with the news that Tom Brady is coming back!

While we aren’t happy that the Bucs couldn’t come to terms with Godwin on a long-term deal before the deadline to use the tag, having him locked up will give both sides plenty of time to get a deal in place to lessen the cap hit for down the road.

Aaron Stinnie G 1 year, $1.4 million 

The Bucs chose to keep a familiar face at home to stem the bleeding from one of several likely departures. Could potentially replace Alex Cappa if needed.

Tom Brady QB

Does it really count? Not really, but he makes the list either way. Brady returning from retirement has been and will be the biggest offseason move for the Buccaneers this year.

Ryan Jensen C 3 years, $39 million

The Buccaneers smartly choose to pay Ryan Jensen as a means of keeping Tom Brady protected.

Carlton Davis CB 3 years, $45 million

This is huge. The Buccaneers keep their next most important free agent.

Buccaneers players that are departing

Ali Marpet

Retirement isn’t leaving in free agency, but the Bucs will need to do everything in their power to find a replacement for one of their best linemen.

Alex Cappa G to the Bengals 4 years $40 million

The Bucs will miss Cappa, but this always seemed like the most likely departure.

Jordan Whitehead to the Jets 2 years $14.5 million

This one is going to sting.

Outside players that join the Buccaneers

Russell Gage WR 3 years $30 million

The Buccaneers find a quality receiving option to pair with Mike Evans and Chris Godwin.

First Buccaneers free agent domino falls after Tom Brady news. light. Trending

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