The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been exceptionally active during the start of the 2014 NFL free agency period. Tampa added two more players on Sunday with the signings of LB Dane Fletcher and OG Oniel Cousins. Fletcher comes from the New England Patriots while Cousins last played for the Cleveland Browns. It now appears that Tampa is fielding trade offers for OC/G Jeremy Zuttah.
CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason LaCanfora tweeted this morning that the Buccaneers are open to trades of Zuttah after signing OL Evan Dietrich-Smith.
“After signing OL Evan Dietrich_smith from Packers, Bucs open to listening to trade offers on OL Jeremy Zuttah. If value not there, will keep him,” LaCanfora Tweeted.
Zuttah has a cap hit of $4.5 million for the 2014 season and is able to play either center or guard. He has been the Buccaneers starting center for the past two seasons.
Tampa has blown up the team’s offensive line from last season and Zuttah could be the latest casualty.