Looks Like Goodbye For Breshad Perriman

February 25th, 2020

Bucco Bruce Arians appeared to show a few cards in his deck today at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis.

The Buccaneers have players to sign and are very focused on bringing back their defensive pillars, per Arians and general manager Jason Licht.

But Breshad Perriman isn’t in the same priority box.

The NFL Draft is loaded with talent this season; “It’s a beauty contest,” Arians said, noting you can find any kind of receiver you want in this draft.

Then Arians rolled into talking about his receiving corps and explained he wants Chris Godwin to have a fat contract extension this year, and not wait until Godwin becomes a free agent in 2021.

But for Perriman, Arians drew a cash line in the sand.

“We would love to have Breshad back because he fits what we’re looking for but not at a price when you have all these receivers in the draft,” Arians said.

It was nice knowing you, Breshad. Joe is certain someone will offer Perriman No. 2 receiver money, and the Bucs aren’t going to come close to that.

Licht also praised the emergence of Scotty Miller and Justin Watson.

19 Responses to “Looks Like Goodbye For Breshad Perriman”

  1. Easy Says:

    We don’t need him for what he will cost.

  2. Robert Says:

    just BA prepping him on expectations. once BRADY signs and ME is traded-he’ll get his contract.

  3. ManzielMadness Says:

    “Offer” him a contract and when he walks and maybe we can benefit off a comp pick.

  4. LordCornelius Says:

    Smart move.

  5. Sarasota Garey Says:

    Ive been listening to draft podcasts they have about 30-40 receivers that are worth taking.

  6. Sarasota Garey Says:

    Good receivers might still be available in the 4th-6th rd.

  7. TouchDownTampaBay Says:

    Lolol Robert with another idiotic post. Get rid of our best player in Evans so we can bring in 43yo Brady for a year. Damn we have dumb fans.

  8. Bucsalltheway Says:

    Fixed just sign Dez bryant to a one year deal

  9. Buccaneer Bonzai Says:

    Saw that coming.

  10. chris L Says:

    this isnt shocking. we have bigger needs. bucs still have the top receivers.

  11. Jean Lafitte Says:

    True, Breshad will price himself right out of Tampa

  12. ModHairKen Says:

    The Bucs can’t pay 53 guys as starters. Nassib and Perriman are probably gone. That’s the way it goes. No disrespect to either. The OL has to be fixed.

  13. Buczilla Says:

    I agree, looks like Perriman is outta here.

  14. WestChap Says:

    Perversely enjoying the fact that we’re now talented enough to comfortably let some of it hit the street. Now, if we could maybe realize a little more of the potential of all this talent…

  15. Bucnjim Says:

    A lot of poke faces and very little truth by any coach or GM.

  16. WhatTheBuc Says:

    If Perriman gets a big money deal, we could get a 4th round compensatory pick for a guy we signed on a 1 year deal. This is a good problem to have. We actually have more good players than we can afford to sign for the 1st time in years.

  17. Pickgrin Says:

    Supposedly there are 30 WRs in the 2020 draft that carry a 3rd round grade or better. Should be some really excellent WR options available in the 4th, 5th and 6th rounds this year.

  18. adam from ny Says:

    breshard is dumb if he leaves…he finally might have found a home, but the mightly dollar will make him start from scratch elsewhere, and hope he can settle in and get rolling…once you find a system you can work in, you stay…

    i’ve seen too many players thrive in one system, leave to go elsewhere for money, and they aren’t a good fit in the new teams system…happens all the time…

    80% of athletes are system players

  19. Brandon Says:

    Perriman will get average #1 money and will get paid $9-11 mil.