Buccaneers stud wants to stay in Tampa Bay
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers lost in a blowout to the Dallas Cowboys in the Wild Card round. The loss will start the clock on the Buccaneers’ offseason that will have plenty of question marks. One Buccaneers stud was contemplating their future after the loss Monday night.
The Buccaneers are more than a stone’s throw away from the team that won the Super Bowl two years ago. Quarterback Tom Brady had one of his worst performances in playoff history in the loss to the Cowboys. With his future and other veterans’ uncertain heading into the offseason, one Buccaneers player is looking out for himself.
According to Greg Auman of The Athletic, cornerback Jamel Dean commented on coming back to play for the Buccaneers. Dean, an unrestricted free agent this offseason, said he’d like to stay in Tampa Bay, but he needed to look at what was best for him.
“I would love to be back, but you’ve got to look at the best opportunity,”
The Buccaneers would do well to re-sign Dean. He’s been solid in the secondary this season. But his priorities are right heading into the offseason. Dean needs to look to find the best opportunity for him and his future.