This offseason has mostly been about retaining their own for the Bucs. Mostly. They continued that trend today as they have reportedly re-signed defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh to a one-year, $8 million contract according to Adam Schefter.

The $8 million number will now leave the Bucs with $12.4 million in cap space. The Bucs will likley fill the rest of the wholes through the secondary market and the draft.

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Suh was solid in his only season with the Bucs with 41 total tackles, 2.5 sacks, and 14 quarterback hits. Although not the player he was during his days with the Lions he still started every game for the Bucs in 2019. Although he is taking slightly less than what he did last year, he returns to a team that now has championship aspirations with the addition of Tom Brady at quarterback.

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Speaking of Brady, Suh and he are familiar with each other not only from Super Bowl LIII (Patriots defeated Suh and the Rams) but they know each other from their AFC East days. Suh spent three years in Miami before a brief stint with Los Angeles before ultimately signing with the Bucs late last offseason.

– Ian Glendon is the Editor-In-Chief of Full Press Coverage and the Managing Editor of FPC Buccaneers. Like and follow on Twitter @iglen31 and FullPressNFL

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