Buccaneers to re-sign Jamel Dean

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Tampa Bay is retaining one of its own free agents.

According to multiple reports, the Buccaneers are re-signing cornerback Jamel Dean. The contract is for four years and is worth $52 million.

Dean was a third-round pick back in the 2019 draft. He started 11 games in 2021 and the 15 games in which he played in 2022.

Dean has seven career interceptions with 41 passes defensed.

The Buccaneers were not initially thought to be in contention to retain Dean. But the team that drafted Dean stepped up to keep him.

5 responses to “Buccaneers to re-sign Jamel Dean

  1. Shocking. Bye bye Lavonte David- I really doubt they’ll be able to pull resigning both off.

  2. Wow, that’s a bargain compared to the 17.5 million a year he was projected to get in free agency. Great signing by Tampa.

  3. Stoked. Really glad we are resigning Dean. I really didn’t think the Bucs could pull it off

  4. Probably gave the team a home discount and he wanted to stay with the Buccaneers.

  5. No state income tax or no city tax like NYC allows him to take less money to stay in Florida.

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