Devonta Freeman is asking too much money for the Buccaneers

Devonta Freeman demande trop d'argent pour les Buccaneers

The head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bruce Arians, has said that his team is interested in the rusher Devonta Freeman, but that the latter demands too much money.

“If the price was right, said the pilot, whose remarks were reported by the CBS network. It requires a lot of money and we don’t have a lot of money.”

After verification, the “Buccs” only have five million dollars available on their payroll.

Currently, the back field of the new team of the quarter-back Tom Brady is composed of the holders from ball Ronald Jones, Ke’Shawn Vaughn and Dare Ogunbowale. If Freeman decides to accept a lower wage to join the training in florida, it would logically their half-offensive number 1.

Last year, he ran the ball 184 times for gains of 656 yards and two major in 14 games with the Atlanta Falcons. The team of Georgia has released a Freeman in march last, and, after six seasons of associations.

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