GM Jason Licht: “Flurry” Of Offseason Moves Ahead

January 10th, 2022

The architect, general manager Jason Licht.

This post comes down to how one defines the word “flurry,” and the broader context of what the Buccaneers’ general manager was saying.

Jason Licht, Tampa Bay’s roster architect, was lauded from Sarasota to Spring Hill and beyond for his offseason work returning every starter from the Bucs’ Super Bowl roster, in addition to key backup cogs like Rakeem Nuñez-Roches, Aaron Stinnie and Ross Cockrell, and even furniture-hurling, bicycle-throwing, topless-quitting, naughty pre-gamer Antonio Brown.

Joe doesn’t consider that work a “flurry” of moves, just the Bucs managing their business impeccably, understanding the market, and bringing back their guys.

Licht was talking yesterday on the Buccaneers Radio Network prior to the season-ending hammering of the Panthers. One topic was the fat four-year contract extension just signed by manbeast defensive tackle Vita Vea. Reports say it’s four years and $73 million with $42 million guaranteed.

“That’s a big block. He’s a cornerstone player for us for years to come,” Licht said, before going on to say how he’s glad he got the deal done before “a flurry” of moves coming this offseason.

Joe’s entire life is devoted to studying everything Bucs, so Joe has no problem saying Licht did not sound like a guy he has a goal of the status quo for 2022.

Joe is very confident there will be significant roster change starting next month. Ndamukong Suh, Jason Pierre-Paul, Cameron Brate, O.J. Howard, Leonard Fournette and Carlton Davis all could have new addresses while the Bucs embrace new free agents. That wouldn’t surprise Joe one bit.

Yeah, Joe expects the Bucs to want Davis back, but they may have little interest in paying him market value, preferring to invest more on offense in an effort to keep Tom Brady as interested as possible — for as long as possible.

Regardless, it’s all pure speculation and of marginal interest as the playoffs have arrived, but Joe couldn’t ignore the GM talking like major change is coming soon.

57 Responses to “GM Jason Licht: “Flurry” Of Offseason Moves Ahead”

  1. Tampabaybucfan Says:

    We need to sign Davis & Whitehead…….keep Jensen, Cappa, Lenny…..let OJ, maybe JPP if he wants too much.
    Sign Godwin……draft a WR, TE, CB…….

  2. Coburn Says:

    Davis is the one guy outtta that group that I feel we need to keep. Could take years of drafting corners to find another talented you guy. Lenny would be nice, but wants to get paid I’m sure. Everyone else is more or less for the right price. They are all depth guys at this point in their careers (Suh is debate able as he was good this year, but need a person to groom). Jpp can’t rely on to start anywhere, but awesome as a depth guy

  3. Coburn Says:


  4. Jmarkbuc Says:

    Of course there will be huge changes next year.

    It’s Eagles playoff week , no time to worry about that now.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    CDIII is an absolute MUST, last thing we can do now is lose a top 10 corner. Whitehead is must too. Jensen, Lenny, Godwin. Suh should hopefully take less money, JPP too. Brate is a staple.

  6. OrlandoBucFan Says:

    We need to keep Davis. Hitting on a great cornerback in the draft is a crapshoot. Better a bird in the hand than two in the bush. Running backs are replaceable so I would not break the bank for Lenny. Our O-line is crucial, so it is better to over pay there. By the way, I would love to see us sign Braxton Berrios and Duke Johnson. The former would be invaluable as a receiver and returner and the latter is a good three down back who simply gets overlooked as a runner because he is small. And yes I am a Hurricanes fan!

  7. VSyl Says:

    Davis is a must. In many skillful attacking position we may find lottery in the draft

  8. SB Says:

    Super glad we kept Vita. I agree with Licht that he will be a cornerstone here for a long time.
    And for those “we shoulda had Derwin James” people like Webster:

    webster Says:
    January 9th, 2022 at 3:09 am
    Stop the foolishness. Why do you have to try to bash derwin james to elevate whitehead? Yes, james is exactly what he was at fsu whichbis not just the best at his position but one of the best defensive players period. He is a 2 time pro bowler and an all pro. He will make his 2nd all pro this year. Any one trying to put whitehead or james on the same level is a football dunce. Whitehead is good and he has played an important role but he is no derwin james. Stop the foolishness


    Whitehead career: 5int, 24pd, 3ff,2fr, 287tkls, 218solo, 22TFL
    James career: 5int, 19pd, 3ff,0fr, 248tkls, 169 solo, 19tfl

    Man some people.

  9. PassingThru Says:

    I think the two high-priority signings are Godwin, and Davis. After that, it’s just a matter of what’s left under the cap net of creating accounting. I really like Suh and JPP, but I doubt they’ll settle for inexpensive, prove-it contracts based on incentives. Fournette has made himself useful, he’s more valuable to the Bucs than he would be to other teams, he might stay but it depends on the market. RBs tend to not command high-dollar salaries.

    Until AB’s meltdown, I wouldn’t have thought a WR would be very high as a draft priority, but that’s obviously changed. Again, look at the market for quality WRs, it is pricey. I think the team will have to consider a WR in either round one or two. The Bucs desperately need a couple of CBs, and they need two big bodies to potentially replace JPP and Suh. There will be more contract restructurings, that’s a long shopping list with rather limited cap space.

  10. ocala Says:

    Order of priority:
    1) Davis
    2) Godwin
    3) Gronk
    4) Jensen
    5) Fournette
    6) Whitehead
    7) Cappa

  11. D-Rome Says:

    I can’t imagine seeing Godwin coming back. He will demand top dollar as he should. How do teams historically fare when they pay two wide receivers #1 wide receiver money? I have no idea.

  12. PassingThru Says:

    Well as a mixed blessing, Godwin got injured. Despite the happy talk that he’ll be ready for the preseason, that timeline seems very aggressive for a late-season ACL injury. I think a return mid-season is much more likely. The likelihood of missing one-half or so a season, and the uncertainty of his level of play when he returns will impact Godwin’s market value. I think he can be re-signed.

  13. Joe Says:

    I can’t imagine seeing Godwin coming back. He will demand top dollar as he should.

    Not as convinced. His injury will temper the offers some, but not much. Bucs could in theory apply O.J. Howard’s salary to Godwin which could come to $19 million. Have an out-clause after first year to make sure he heals properly.

    Arians has already said “Why not pay two receivers No. 1 money?” So it is not like this isn’t being seriously discussed within the walls of One Buc Palace.

  14. Cobraboy Says:

    I suspect, because of the injury and long rehab time, Godwin will come back on a shorter-term cap-friendly, semi-prove-it reward contract…unless some team wants to spend big $$$ on what could be damaged goods.

  15. Bobby M. Says:

    Lets be clear about Davis and that secondary…..without a pass rush, they are mediocre at best. Maybe Davis is slightly above avg….but losing him isn’t going to change the dynamics of that secondary. If i’m going to throw money around, i roll the dice with 1 yr deals for JPP and Suh….sign playoff Lenny…keep Brate…let OJ walk and find another RB and WR as depth. This team can be in every game if Brady has weapons regardless of how depleted the defense is. If the offense is clicking, the defense can be aggressive and our mediocre secondary isn’t so exposed. I just dont see Davis as being a legit #1 CB…..he’s a solid #2. I think he’s one that might be too expensive.

  16. LVMYBUCS Says:

    I would just be happy if they rid Dean 🙂

  17. Coburn Says:

    Ocala not a bad list. I’d put whitehead higher. Is Edwards under contract next year? Would be fantastic to somehow keep both somehow.. mgiht be a luxury, but Edwards has the extra value in nickel.

    Oline me at a pause… If we can keep stinnie and Cappa for reasonable money do we consider letting Jensen go if he asks too much? Tom may take that choice out of out hands and would be missing some of that nastiness, but having marpet, stinnie, Cappa for our 3 interior guys is pretty darn good… In that case marpet likely goes back to center. You might be right though that the odd man out. Will improve running game I think. Sure was nice having the extra depth

  18. Rod Munch Says:

    Bucs can keep almost everyone by mortgaging the future in terms of real cap hell (unlike the fake cap hell that Chucky used as an excuse for his losing).

    I’m 100% for doing that. Keep this window open as long as possible, because once it closes, it’s back to the dark ages for the team and a full rebuild. I mean in 3-years, do I care a 3-13 Trask lead team is hampered by the cap? No, no I do not.

    Win everything you can right now, and do every trick, every “you’ll regret this later” move we have to in order to keep the team together.

    Also, if we did lose guys, it’s time for Licht to start trading some current picks for starters on cheap deals. Don’t give up picks down the road, when the Bucs might be drafting high, but giving up anything now, it should all be on the table, everything must be done to keep Brady here. That means trading for a #3 WR, not drafting a guy in the 2nd round who takes 3-years to develop. Personally, my favorite move would be to call the Colts and see what they’d want for WR Pittman Jr, the guy is a Mike Evans clone, and if you got him in, had him work with Evans, you could have a VJ-to-Evans type of transition down the road.

  19. stpetebucsfan Says:

    If we resign Godwin we do not need to worry about WR! PERIOD! ME and CG form one of the very best tandems in the league and Scottie, CG, and Johnson are still improving. I haven’t even mentioned Darden. We don’t need to waste a draft pick.

    Reggie White dropped out an entire year and came back in his late 30’s to get five sacks for the Panthers. My point is that Suh takes great care of himself and could have five more years of good production if he remains hungry enough. IF he wants to play we should be able to come to terms…he doesn’t need the money and he likes playing here.

    At this particular moment in time the strength of this team is clear! It’s at QB and the OL. Our OL is the straw stirring this drink. Keep them in tact.

  20. THETRUTH Says:

    JOE is also confident the bucs would not sign everyone back last year…SMH wrong he was

    been trying to run JPP out all year , his absence is well apparent and leadership as well.

    SUH, LENNY I can see them moving on, Don’t think both OJ and Brate will be gone, brate comes cheap for #2 TE

    Just slow down JOE with poor predictions again

  21. PassingThru Says:

    The CB position group is mediocre and has poor depth, which is why I was frustrated with Licht not taking a CB until the seventh round. But Davis is the lone high-quality starter among them, and the Bucs won’t have the money to move on JC Jackson if he makes it to the free agent market.

    The pass rush wasn’t even close to being as impressive this season and made matters worse for the ever-changing defensive secondary. I’m not sure if Suh or JPP will be back, and even if they are, I’m not convinced that they’ll be remotely as effective as the 2020-2021 season.

  22. Defense Rules Says:

    You’re spot on Joe … ‘it’s all pure speculation and of marginal interest as the playoffs have arrived’. Two questions along those lines:

    1 – Do you have ANY idea about injury statuses of our key players like LVD, Shaq, JPP, Lenny, RoJo in terms of IF they’ll be available for the Philly game? Have any of them even been practicing on a limited basis?

    2 – This coming weekend’s games are obviously set, but ASSUMING that the Bucs win, it appears like we’d get a SECOND playoff game here in Tampa. Green Bay, as the #1 seed, would play the lowest NFC seed to win in the 1st Rnd. So if we win (#7 Eagles out at that point), Green Bay would play anyone BUT the Bucs (since we’re the #2 seed) or the Cowboys (since they’re the #3 seed). So does that mean that in Rnd 2 Bucs would play the Cowboys (#3 seed) or the Rams (#4 seed) IF one of them wins in Rnd 1?

  23. Jmarkbuc Says:

    Keeping everyone next year isn’t gonna happen and it shouldn’t.

    Keeping everyone this year was nice and all, like in a lifetime Christmas movie kinda way, but this team seemed way too content. I can’t think of one game where we looked awesome. Even the blowouts had some not so good play. Granted we finished 13-4, which is hard to do, but don’t see that again next year, just by re-signing what we have.

    You need new blood, not all but some, to keep things fresh. Anyway you look at it , if TB12 doesn’t return it’s time to tear it down and rebuild now.

  24. tampabuscsbro Says:

    I agree with comments about keeping Davis. We have had no outstanding secondary players in the lost decade aside from Ronde’s last years and one year of Darrell Revis in his rehab tour. The lack of playmakers in the secondary has been this teams biggest issue in the lost decade imo.

    I would be more okay losing other positions over him.

  25. JimmyJack Says:

    @Defense Rules. If we get to round 2 we play the Cowboys if they win reguardless. If they Cowboys lose we play the winner of the Monday Night game(Rams/Cards)………And with injuries Im pretty sure David and Fournette are both on IR so if we dont here good news soon dont expect them to play.

  26. Defense Rules Says:

    StPete … ‘If we resign Godwin we do not need to worry about WR! PERIOD!’

    Oh StPete, ‘never say never’. Our WR position group was so stacked THIS YEAR that it was the envy of every team in the league. ME13, CG14, AB, plus the others like Tyler Johnson, Scotty Miller, et al made us look invincible. Can still remember all those predictions of us going 20-0 & raising another SB trophy. Then reality set in as our WRs started dropping like flies to injury (and ya, 1 meltdown).

    I’d love to see Suh AND JPP come back on a part-time basis, but only if we have replacements on the roster for them to train up AND for very reasonable salaries. They’re both invaluable as leaders, but expecting them to play over 50% snaps at a high level at their ages for a 17-game regular season plus playoffs is unrealistic IMO. Personally I’d also bring Will Gholston back because I think he’s still got a couple of good years left in him.

  27. Thisisouryear!!! Says:

    I think SF beats Dallas next week. They look tough. That means they beat Green Bay the following week. I think we’ll play at home through the playoffs, but it’s a tough road. Philly- I think we can win. Then the Rams, and then the 49ers..Go Bucs!!!

    Is it a definite that Brady is going to play next year?

  28. Jmarkbuc Says:

    Jimmy Jack

    I predict they all play Sunday.

    Grayson is an unknown, but the rest? It’s playoff time.

  29. JimmyJack Says:

    Most of the free agent moves depends on Tom Brady for me.

    Assuming he is back you have to bring back Gronk. And your not sticking Brady with an inexperienced C so you must bring back Jensen. Fournette is a tough one. Could go either way.

    If you bring back Brady then your going for a title so we gonna need Suh and JPP back for sure.

    Davis and Godwin you must bring back either way. Not even up for debate.

    And I must disagree with the above posts saying you dont draft a WR. I would plan to keep that position group very strong for life after Brady. When he hangs it up with the Bucs we will go through a year of salary purge…..but when we get dead CAP off the books we will be in position to trade or sign a big name QB. Nobody is signing with the Bucs if we dont got weapons so Im in favor of drafting one now.

  30. JimmyJack Says:

    Jmark sounds good. That will have to mean David and Fournette get removed from IR sometime this week. Im hoping Joe has good news today.

  31. SB~LV Says:

    Time to turn over the soil . Sadly JPP,Suh and others will not be on the roster next year.
    2022 FA and draft will be critical

  32. Bird Says:

    We have to get younger period. Especially on dline
    I trust licht to free up some money to sign some young guys/other free agents

    If brady is back so will the normal good players that want to chase a ring and play with goat for a slightly more reasonable contract

  33. Defense Rules Says:

    JimmyJack … Hopefully the Cowboys win then, because I’d rather face them in Rnd 2 than anyone else. I see LVD & Lenny on the IR list, but not Shaq, JPP or RoJo. Wondering if that means Bucs don’t expect LVD or Fournette back until Rnd 2 at the earliest?

    Bell didn’t get many carries yesterday (3), but I was still encouraged by what I saw (14 yds rushing for a 4.7 YPC average). Vaughn continues to frustrate me (10 carries for 29 yds, with the longest being 9 yds). For some reason he reminds me too much of Barber. Bell may end up being our workhorse in the playoffs, much like Lenny rose to the occasion last year.

  34. Bird Says:

    You all may want to check but i thought its brackets now and not just seed rankings until the end. I think the winner of 49ers and rams go to packers. Which is awesome.

    The two teams i didnt want to face in playoffs for weeks were saints and rams
    Saints gone and that makes me happy
    Rams/ packers we may not have to face until nfc championship

    Well thats if we make it that far. Gonna be tough with wounded wr group. First test is eagles. They have darious slay who will be put on evans. Slay is one of best in business so other guys will need to step up cause they will try and take out gronk too

  35. Ed Says:

    Jensen is a valuable part of the offensive line, I would think for the right amount of money he’d like to finish up his career in Tampa.

    Davis is a good corner and they are hard to find. He isn’t elite, if he can’t give us the home discount, he shouldn’t be resigned. His injury history has made him unreliable, take that into account as far as market value.

    Brate and Howard, in my opinion are “no’s”. The Bucs need more playmakers at TE and Howard is gone and Brate has no burst after a catch.

    Depending on how the Bucs passing game is in the playoffs, will determine Chris Godwin’s value. No doubt that Tyler Johnson isn’t a replacement. Brady can make a lot of plays with no-name receivers so if they put up 30+ points in playoff games without Godwin and then the injury, you have to be conservative on his future. If the offense absolutely stalls, then his value is high to the Bucs.

    In draft we need more defensive players. If Brady stays get some running backs in free agency, they are cheap and you have Vaughn who looks like a quick back.

  36. SKBucsFan Says:

    Free agent receivers tend not to perform as well. With a few exceptions of course. I would never pay big money to bring one in. It often takes too long to get on the same page with the QB as drafting one would. Sign Gidwin if it’s reasonable. If not draft another 3rd rounder.
    The biggest priority is linebacker

  37. Dick LeBeau Jr. Says:

    You guys sometimes forget, location, teammates and one’s desire to stay where you know the color of the grass, because it damn sure ain’t always greener somewhere else. I think Godwin comes back for sure. So yeah, let’s move on past that one. JPP retires right along with Suh. We need some youth in those spots now. Let’s not continue to drag that out.

    Brate is not a necessity and I don’t really care what we do with Howard anymore. Lenny stays and Rojo doesn’t return. You don’t let guys like Davis leave so let’s be real there. We’ve already been through the cornerback search maze so let’s not start that again.

  38. JimmyJack Says:

    Defense Rules the other 3 are not on IR. But I wont expect RoJo to be ready. He was in a boot. That doesnt sound like a guy ready to play. And I dont think they can put him on IR beacausr that basically ends his season.

    If your frustrated by Vaugn I would tell you to go back and look at his receptions. He looked really good as a pass catcher to me. And two of his run plays were short yardage plays. Goes down as a yard in the books but they were successful runs……And also factor in his 4 yard TD run. Hard to fault a guy for only 4 yards when he gets us to the promised land………My biggest complaint was him missing his block on the first sack. Thats not gonna cut it for a RB on a passing team.

  39. Eddie Marz Says:

    If Godwin was smart, “ I’m not saying he isn’t “ he would stay with The Bucs. He’ll make more money here and get rewards than just chasing the money. GOBUCS!

  40. Defense Rules Says:

    And Joe, looking at the end-of-season rankings, the Bucs’ defense REALLY surprised me (particularly after this injury-plagued season).

    o Ranked #5 in Points Allowed (353 points … 20.8 PPG average).
    o Ranked #13 in Yards Allowed (5635 yds … 331 YPG average).
    o Ranked #5 in Takeaways (29)
    o Ranked #3 in Rushing Yards Allowed (1573 yds… 92.5 YPG average).
    o Ranked #4 in Rushing TDs Allowed (11).
    o Ranked #21 in Passing Yards Allowed (4062 yds … 239 YPG average).
    o Ranked #13 in Passing TDs Allowed (26).

    Considering that teams passed against us MORE than any other team, our pass defense wasn’t nearly as bad in the final analysis as it sometimes appeared to be in certain games.

    And ending up as a Top-5 defense after all the injuries we suffered throughout the season is also quite an accomplishment. Still hoping that Byron gets the Jacksonville job, because I’d hate to see us lose Todd Bowles. Personally still hoping that he’s our next HC.

  41. Youngbucs Says:

    ocala Says:
    January 10th, 2022 at 11:02 am
    Order of priority:
    1) Davis
    2) Godwin
    3) Gronk
    4) Jensen
    5) Fournette
    6) Whitehead
    7) Cappa

    I agree with your list except fournette he wants to be paid but the market was stale. Let fournette walk in my opinion.

  42. Rod Munch Says:

    stpetebucsfan is so senile he can’t remember this year, more or less last year when Godwin was injured, or the year before when Evans and Godwin were both injured.

    What an idiot.

    No, the Bucs, if they resign Godwin, MUST sign a real 3rd WR, who is a legit starter, since Evans and Godwin both have had a lot of injuries. Any fossil saying you don’t need 3 WRs still thinks it’s 1974, they also think you win by running the ball and kicking FGs on 4th and 1 down by 24 in the 4th quarter.

  43. Rod Munch Says:

    Defense Rules Says:
    January 10th, 2022 at 12:16 pm
    And Joe, looking at the end-of-season rankings, the Bucs’ defense REALLY surprised me (particularly after this injury-plagued season).


    Just goes to show how bad defenses have gotten across the NFL. This was not a good defense, and for most of the year they’ve been pretty bad. But everyone on defense is bad now thanks to the NFL changing the rules – so this defense ends up being one of the better ones in the NFL, despite the fact they’d be really bad only a few years ago. But thankfully you play in the year you play in, so it doesn’t matter about a few years ago.

  44. Mike Johnson Says:

    I’d bring back playoff Lenny though. Godwin might get a better offer than here though. We shall see.

  45. Sorryjackchuckiesback Says:

    They have got to keep Carlton Davis he is one of the most underrated corners in the league I believe and keeps getting better!!

  46. Beejezus-belt Says:

    Regarding Davis, what is the going rate on slightly above average corner that plays in 75% of the games each season?

  47. Snook Says:

    Makes no sense to pay Davis who is a MAN corner when we have a DC who rarely uses him that way. So tired of Bowles.

  48. David Says:

    Godwin, Davis, Jensen are definitely coming back in my opinion. They are all young enough and God wins injury, unfortunate for him, knocked his price tag down a little. Sue, JPP… They both really showed age this year so I am not sure what happens there especially since they have JTS and Nelson emerging opposite Shaq.

    Something else to consider, the draft is loaded in the first two rounds with D line and DBs.

    I also think OJ Howard is definitely gone along with Ronald Jones, which means Lenny is here to stay and Gronk will probably sign another one-year deal to stay another season with Brady.

    The good news is the salary cap is going to be pretty good because of the new TV deals and stadiums filled again after the Covid BS

  49. Oxycodoms Says:

    What better guys to evaluate if davis is worth the money then arians/bowles , whatever the decision it will probably be the correct one

  50. Francisco Guzman Says:

    Bucs have a brutal schedule in 2022. Interesting to see what they do to get better. Feels like they need to get younger on that d-line.

  51. SB~LV Says:

    It’ll be a different band

  52. Buczilla Says:

    Sweet, change is good sometimes. I see a lot of folks talking about Carlton Davis being a priority, but is he worth top 10 money? His stats are pedestrian and he has never played a full season. I don’t pour over game tape, but when I watch him live when he’s healthy, he seems like nothing but a solid player to me. I wouldn’t break the bank for this dude.

  53. Stanglassman Says:

    Stop the elder abuse against St. Pete. 😉

    I however agree 100% about getting a young Wr draft pick in the mix. Hitting on a 4th rounder like the lions did with Amon Ra St. Brown would be nice. He reminds me of Chris Godwin and I’m not talking about CG as a rookie. The value at WR in the draft is great. Mid round WR and later round RB is never a bad idea.

  54. Rod Munch Says:

    Stanglassman – They should draft someone, but it’s a lottery, they should look to add a proven vet as the #3, use that Brady discount to our advantage. But also draft someone. That’s assuming they figure out how to keep Godwin, it’s going to be tough. If you lose Godwin, then they’re really digging themselves a hole.

  55. Stanglassman Says:

    Completely agree. Godwin makes this offense go. Maybe Godwin signs cause of that Brady discount. 19 million a year will sound like a bargain in a few years. Someone with his skill set.
    It will be interesting to see how B. Parriman does this post season and if he’s in the mix next year. He’d be a hell of a 3rd if he reached his potential.

  56. Rod Munch Says:

    Stanglassman – I don’t mind bringing Perriman back, but not as the #3, he’s too streaky. Remember, he’s a guy who got cut by the Lions and Bears this year. Also he’s had games where he’s played like 80+ percent of snaps and had one catch. He’s worth keeping around since I think he’s going to be very cheap to keep, but he should be slugging it out for the #5 or #6, which, might be hard if you’re bringing in a new guy and drafting another guy with a high pick.

    I still like seeing if the Colts would trade Pittman Jr. He was their top guy for most of the year, but they seemed to move away from him, although it could just be defenses taking him away too. Still, the kid is an Evans clone. His dad was Michael Pittman, and it seems really obvious to me he grew up a Bucs fan and has studied and tried to copy Evans since Pittman Jr was a kid. He’s not as gifted, physically, as Evans, but he’s not that far away either. As stated above, having him play with Evans, having him learn from Evans, he could be a 1200 yard / 12 TD type of player, and he’s on a rookie deal for 2 more years. I don’t know if the Colts would move him, but they did lose their first for Wentz, maybe out very late 1st rounder for Pittman and a 4th – I’d do something like that in a second. Not sure the Colts would though.

  57. Redsox/Bucs1 Says:

    “CDIII is an absolute MUST, last thing we can do now is lose a top 10 corner.”

    Talk about overrating your guys. Davis is no top 10 CB, may not even be the best CB on the team.
    Ramsey, Alexander, Humphrey, White, Howard, Gilmore, Diggs, Jackson, Ward, Peters, Jackson, Lattimore, Slay, Surtain, Newsome, Stokes to name a few are all as good or better than Davis. He’s one of those guys that aren’t necessarily easy to replace but not worth top dollar either. There’s about 20 CB in the league roughly equivalent to him. He’s a good player but he’s never even made a pro-bowl. Paying guys like this top dollar is exactly what gets team’s in trouble. Don’t overpay for slightly above average play.