The inevitable finally happened, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers parted ways with nine-year veteran and former third overall pick Gerald McCoy last night. The Buccaneers decided not to pay McCoy the $13 million he was due for the upcoming season. Assuming the price isn't too high, the Raiders could show some interest in the six-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle from Oklahoma. McCoy's recorded six sacks in his last two seasons, but his QB hits stayed above twenty in the last two seasons, a stat the Falcons lacked at.
Tuesday morning, Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com reported that the Browns were not interested in trading for McCoy.
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Defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli was able to work around this, but one thing that's always been true about his defense is they've always been better when he has that player who can wreak havoc as an interior pass rusher. The team does have to use some of that money to sign their first three selections in the draft, but cutting someone like wide receiver Travis Benjamin and another player, might be enough to sign the former Buccaneer.
The Colts didn't invest in the interior defensive line this offseason.
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It's another hit to the Buccaneers defense, which may be without sack leader Jason Pierre-Paul after he was injured in a vehicle accident in May. Now, Suh finds himself in Tampa Bay where he will be a vital part of their defensive line immediately. Some of McCoy's best games have come against the Panthers.
For the Bucs, this signing makes a lot of sense, and that's because they absolutely had to make some kind of move after releasing McCoy, which left a gaping hole on their defensive line. If McCoy was added to this group it could make the best defense in the National Football League even better and give them even more depth.
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McCoy's ability to rush the passer is one of his greatest assets.