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Bucs are two-for-two: Nicks agrees to five-year deal

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have bulked up their offensive line with their latest addition.

The Bucs have agreed to terms with former New Orleans Saints left guard Carl Nicks on a five-year deal. He could make $47.5 million with $31 million guaranteed.

Carl Nicks (Getty Images)

Carl Nicks (Getty Images)

The contract makes Nicks the highest-paid guard in the NFL in both annual pay and up-front money. Nicks is arguably the best guard in the NFL.

He is slated to give the Bucs an imposing frontline. Davin Joseph is going to opposite Davin Joseph at right guard and Jeff Faine at center.

In the first 16 hours of free agency, the Bucs have spent their enormous cap space to add the two biggest pieces on the market.

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