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I don’t think this news to anyone seeing that Vjax is at the end of his contract. Martin is the real story. Bucs could produce some more cap space cutting Martin, and then the question becomes will they go after a Running back early in the Draft.
I do not understand the Bucs interest in re-signing Akeem Spence in any way shape form or fashion. He does not get to the quarterback and has minimal impact against the running game. The way to win it all is get to the QB and stop the run, we need to be signing IMPACT players along the line of scrimmage not these ho hum guys that make no impact. Kawann Short, Dontari Poe and Nick Fairley SHOULD be the guys we are looking to add on the DL. Fairley could be a bargain and signed on a Robert Ayers type deal which would provide great value since he graded out top 10 at getting to the passer and at over 300 lbs he’s more than equipped to stop the run. Let Akeem Spence move on and spend the money on someone that can spell GMC and get to the QB with him, that guy is simply not Akeem Spence.
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