of Tampa Bay Buccaneers The offensive line has some new faces. In fact, three of the Bucks’ offensive linemen last year won’t be in his one-on-one on Sunday. dallas cowboys.
Guards Ali Murpet (retired) and Alex Kappa (signed with the Cincinnati Bengals) are no longer in the building. The Buccaneers also lost guard Aaron Stinney to a season-ending knee injury.
There were subsequent concerns about how the unit would hold up against quarterback Tom Brady. In the first episode of the second season of SiriusXM’s Let’s Go! I explained what I wanted.
“I showed them that and used that as motivation,” Brady said. What do you guys think, what are you going to do about it?’ And to make sure they understand what they’re saying I think it’s important to do.”
Tackles Donovan Smith and Tristan Wirfs remain, although the latter has dealt with a string of injuries throughout training camp and preseason.
Besides re-signing Jensen and Stinney, the Buccaneers added a handful of interior linemen this offseason. They got New England he got Shaq Mason from the Patriots and in the 2022 NFL Draft he picked Luke Guedeke out of Central Michigan with the 57th pick. Tampa Bay also signed wide receivers Russell Gage and Julio Jones and tight end Kyle Rudolph.
Brady expressed optimism about the team’s new-looking offensive line, while stating that the upfront changes would be “a challenge.”
“So we got Shaq Mason – I love him to death,” Brady said. I know what
“Notre Dame’s Robert Heinsui has earned the respect of his teammates for his work ethic and showed up every day to get ready, even though he hadn’t played last year. He intervened. trying to do a great job with it and we have a left guard that we fight every day. [Goedeke] You did a great job in training camp. ”
Brady, 45, is entering his 23rd season in the NFL and his third season with the Buccaneers. He finished his 2021 campaign with his 5,316 passing yards, 43 passes his touchdowns, 12 interceptions, 102.1 quarterbacks his rating and completed his 67.5% of throws.
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