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Tom Pelissero reported on Thursday that offensive tackle Brad Seaton will become the first Bucs player to opt out of the 2020 season, qualifying for the higher-risk stipend that would award players $350,000.

Originally a seventh-round pick to the Tennessee Titans, Seaton originally joined the Bucs in 2017 and spent the 2019 season on Tampa Bay’s practice squad.

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eaustinyoung
eaustinyoung(@eaustinyoung)
1 year ago

Oh well. I was not furloughed, I’ve worked the entire pandemic out in public. Still have not gotten sick. It’s possible to do it.

eaustinyoung
eaustinyoung(@eaustinyoung)
Reply to  eaustinyoung
1 year ago

3 downvotes like I said anything false. Blow it out your asses.

GrayBalls
GrayBalls(@grayballs)
Reply to  eaustinyoung
1 year ago

You’re putting way too much stock into what a group of people think about your comments. Especially when it’s almost nothing but people you will never meet. Get a grip, man

eaustinyoung
eaustinyoung(@eaustinyoung)
Reply to  GrayBalls
1 year ago

I put 0 stock in it “GrayBalls” lmao

surferdudes
surferdudes(@surferdudes)
1 year ago

Here’s the thing, opting out of the season will not protect him, or his family from Covid. A 1000 people are dying a day from the virus, and they all ain’t football players. If anything, I’d think players would be safer playing with all the testing going on. Now if Brad needs a Covid test, he can get in his car, and wait hours for a test that he won’t get the results back for a week like the rest of us. Where as at camp, he’d be tested everyday, getting the 15 minute result. Good luck Brad. That’s probably… Read more »

Dy-nasty D
Dy-nasty D(@dy-nasty-d)
1 year ago

Best of luck to you and your family, Brad. Hope to see you next season. Go Bucs!

drdneast
drdneast(@drdneast)
1 year ago

Seaton certainly wasn’t a lock to make this team and if he got cut he wouldn’t have gotten paid at all.
So if he never makes another NFL team, what’s the chances of the NFL getting that money back.

surferdudes
surferdudes(@surferdudes)
Reply to  drdneast
1 year ago

Don’t know why I’d get down voted, or drdneast. What did we say that isn’t true? Opting out of football does not mean the players opting out can’t, or won’t catch Covid. Brad who? No he wasn’t a lock to make the team, and he might’ve blown his only chance to be in the NFL.

creamsicles
creamsicles(@creamsicles)
1 year ago

I’m surprised more bubble guys Across the league didn’t opt out in order to strategically secure a paycheck.

Dave
Dave(@bucball02)
Reply to  creamsicles
1 year ago

Was thinking the same thing

Dude
Dude(@dude)
1 year ago

If I was the team that wins the Superbowl this year I sure wouldn’t give a ring to the guys who opted out.

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