Still plenty of time for Godwin to sign a longterm deal this year. He isn’t guaranteed a good season, heck if AB comes back he might not get the ball a lot. Then there is the risk of injury.
The Bucs could give him $15 million a year and save $10 million on this years cap.
Godwin will get more than $15 million. Golladay got $18 mil, which translates to Godwin getting $20 mil or more per year. So sure they can structure that in a cap friendly way for 2021 or 2022, but that money has to hit the cap eventually. Do you think the Bucs are going to want to be the highest bidder in the Godwin sweepstakes?
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