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Bucs, Mike Evans agree to a two-year deal

3/4/2024 2:49:14 PM
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There will one less big name available on the free agent market this month as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed wide receiver Mike Evans to a two-year contract according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.

The deal is worth $52 million dollars with $35 million of that guaranteed.  Just days after it was announced Evans would test free agency in hopes of joining a team with an elite quarterback, the 10-year vet has opted to return to the Buccaneers, who are also expected to re-sign Baker Mayfield at some point in the offseason.  He now has a very good chance of playing in Tampa for his entire career.

Evans will be 31 at the start of next season and remains at the top of his game. His 1,255 yards were his most since 2018, while his 15.9 YPR was his highest mark since 2019. Playing in a down-bad NFC South, the Buccaneers should once again push for a playoff berth next season, but the offense could look a bit different with former offensive coordinator Dave Canales now in Carolina.

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