Jameis Winston bade goodbye to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers following the finalizing of Tom Brady, with the outbound quarterback informing fans he would see them at February’s Super Bowl.
The Bucs finished the marquee acquisition of Brady on Friday. The 42- year-old super star left the New England Patriots previously in the week after winning a record 6 Super Bowl rings with the franchise.
Winston led the NFL in passing yardage in 2019 however the first general choice in the 2015 draft likewise tossed a league- high 30 interceptions as Tampa Bay missed out on the playoffs for a 12 th succeeding season.
AL-KHATEEB: Winston the king of boom and bust
His disparity and Brady’s accessibility suggested the Bucs did not re-sign Winston therefore he will be betting another team in 2020, a campaign that will end with a Super Bowl at Raymond James Arena in Tampa, Fla.
“It’s been a great 5 seasons as a Buccaneer,” Winston composed on Twitter along with an image of the night he was prepared 5 years back. “All love and respect, I love Tampa and I look forward to seeing y’all again in February. #SBLV #2020Vision #Dreamforever.”
Winston tossed for 19,737 yards, 121 goals and 88 interceptions throughout 5 seasons with the Buccaneers. He is the team’s all-time leader in passing yardage and goals tossed.
IYER: Brady alone won’ t make Bucs a Super Bowl competitor
With leading totally free representatives Brady and Philip Rivers having actually discovered brand-new houses at the Buccaneers and Indianapolis Colts, respectively, and Ryan Tannehill re-signing with the Tennessee Titans, there seems no apparent landing area for Winston.
His gunslinger mindset implies he is not likely to be a fit to change Brady in New England, while the Los Angeles Chargers, having actually supposedly lost out on the former Patriots quarterback themselves, might roll the dice with Tyrod Taylor or choose a novice quarterback such as Justin Herbert with the 6th general choice in the draft.