The Bucs offensive line is suddenly looking a lot better and the Bucs aren’t nearly as far under the salary cap anymore.
Guard Davin Joseph is back with the team on a seven-year, $53 million contract as first reported by Steve Duemig from WDAE in Tampa. Right tackle Jeremy Trueblood also agreed to a two-year deal per Duemig and Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Schefter also reports former Falcons punter Michael Koenen signed a six-year deal with the team.
Joseph is a player that inspires a lot of varying opinions from folks around the league, but he can be one of the best run-blocking guards in the league when he is at his best.
Trueblood provides depth at right tackle after the team missed out on Cowboys tackle Doug Free Thursday night.
We’re not sure if there is a big “splash” for the Bucs to make after this. They are not in the Nnamdi Asomugha sweepstakes.