The Buccaneers have an opening at wide receiver after the retirement of Cole Beasley. This could turn their attention in another direction.
The start to this season has been a lot of highs and lows for the Buccaneers. Two and two through four games is far from bad, but there is still plenty for the team to improve if it wants to make a Super Bowl run in a few months.
One of the areas that has held the team back the most has been injuries. Tampa has been without all of their starting wide receivers at various points during the season, and this is partially why the team went out and signed veteran Cole Beasley.
Beasley’s retirement could be why the Buccaneers start to give Odell Beckham Jr. a bit more attention over the coming weeks.
Tampa does have a need, even if it is a small one when all else is going well, but it is still worth addressing if there is talent out there to help improve this offense. Beckham actually would fill that need, and it sounds like he could be on his way to Tampa down the line for a visit.
It sounds like Miller would know if there was someone out there who did. This might not be official with the team yet or anything like that, but it does feel like we could see some news about that sometime soon if OBJ really is interested in Tampa. The Bucs should at least use this as an excuse to reach out.
One way or another, it is nice to see the Bucs on that list, even if those are just teams that Beckham likes as potential landing spots.
The Buccaneers need to roll out the red carpet if they are presented with the opportunity.
This is good news-there is never too much talent on a team like the Buccaneers.
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