Buccaneers bringing back Andrew Adams

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The Buccaneers are bringing back one of last year’s most productive players.

According to Greg Auman of TheAthletic.com, the Buccaneers are re-signing safety Andrew Adams.

Adams led the Bucs with four interceptions last year, with three of them coming against the Panthers in December.

Coincidentally (or maybe not), he may get a chance to see the Panthers again Thursday night.

Adams wasn’t tendered as a restricted free agent, and signed with the Lions. He was let go in final cuts there, and the Bucs apparently got more interested in his services.

1 responses to “Buccaneers bringing back Andrew Adams

  1. The Bucs had a safety problem last year. The Bucs promoted Andrew Adams and threw him in a safety. I though who is this kid #26 playing safety for my Bucs, Andrew who? This Adams kid was making plays all over the field, including interceptions! I thought to myself, wow, the Bucs found a safety. He’s not the idea size for a safety, but he proved he could play. I was surprised the Bucs didn’t offer him a contract for this season. But, new coach, new philosophy, new ideas, so I figured oh well, that’s the way it is.

    The Bucs still have a safety problem, and now they are turning back to a player from last year, and hope Andrew Adams fill the void once again!

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