Bucs DL Wants To Return For One More Year


The Bucs are again in enterprise with Tom Brady on the helm. Having a celebrity of his caliber makes gamers wish to come play with him or return to play with him. As we’ve seen this offseason, Logan Ryan and Russell Gage got here to Tampa Bay to play with the GOAT. In the meantime, Ryan Jensen, Leonard Fournette and Carlton Davis had been excited to return because of Brady’s presence.

And people three aren’t the one Bucs free brokers seeking to re-join the crew in 2022. Add one other title to that checklist, as Steve McClendon has stated he desires to play one extra season, ending his profession with the Bucs.

The 36-year previous defensive sort out initially joined the Bucs in 2020 via a commerce with the New York Jets. McClendon was introduced in when Vita Vea suffered what was considered a season-ending damage. Upon his arrival, he helped proceed to bolster the league’s greatest run protection. McLendon racked up 17 tackles, two for-a-loss, after becoming a member of the crew. Final season he had 11 tackles, 5 for-a-loss, a half-sack, a pressured fumble and an enormous interception. Within the playoffs he added one other pressured fumble, a move deflection and a sack.

The oldest defensive sort out within the league re-signed with the Bucs on a one-year $1.2 million deal in 2021. McLendon would doubtless come on the identical price for the the 2022 season. With the standing of Ndamukong Suh up within the air, and one other weak defensive sort out class within the draft, there may very well be some curiosity in a return by the Bucs. We already know Suh desires to re-sign, as he’s been throwing out some not so delicate tweets on Twitter.



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