By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers wastes no time in finding a replacement for Gerald McCoy. In fact, it took a few days.
The Buccaneers released McCoy after nine seasons with the team. Tampa officially signed Ndamukong Suh on Friday to a one-year deal.
He signed a deal worth $9.25 million. With incentives in the deal, it could reach $10 million.
By essentially swapping Suh for McCoy, the franchise saves $3 million in cap and cash in the process, according to Spotrac.
This is Suh’s second straight one-year deal. He also signed with one-year deal with the Los Angeles Rams.