The Buccaneers announced this morning they have re-signed OL Jeremy Zuttah to a new four-year deal.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced today that they have re-signed OL Jeremy Zuttah to a four-year contract.
"Mark (Dominik) and I agreed keeping Jeremy on our football team was one of our priorities this offseason. He is a young, talented player, who we both know very well. We are pleased we could get this deal done and secure Jeremy for years to come," said Greg Schiano.
Heading into his fifth season, Zuttah has played in 58 regular season games with 44 starts. A versatile lineman, Zuttah has made starts at both guard positions (five at right and 30 at left), as well as center (nine). He was a third-round selection (83rd overall) out of Rutgers University by the Buccaneers in the 2008 NFL Draft and has helped Tampa Bay to some of the best single-season offensive performances in team history.
"Not only am I happy to remain a Buccaneer, but also to be back playing for Coach Schiano. I couldnt be more thrilled about this opportunity," said Zuttah.
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