The Tampa Bay Buccaneers weren’t joking around when they said they wanted to go out and improve the team, as Lovie Smith as already signed a slew of free agents in the opening minutes of being able to do so.
After finalizing a deal with Michael Johnson, the Buccaneers added another defensive lineman in Seattle Seahawks plug Clinton McDonald.
Former Seahawks DT Clinton McDonald reached agreement on a 4-yr, $12M deal with Buccaneers, per ESPN sources.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 11, 2014
The Buccaneers are adding talent left and right and don’t appear to be done yet. The team is rumored to be after virtually every player who’s ever played for the Chicago Bears, as well as other top players on the market.
In the midst of all this, the Bucs are changing their logo, have switched team personnel form last season and are trying to move Darrelle Revis. Tampa Bay was not playing around when they said changes were coming and these new additions will be settling in nicely to the old shoes they’re filling.