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He was then signed to a long-term deal with the Bucs for 6 years and $96 million, something he had been requiring for a while. The Bucs have the necessary cap room to accommodate this deal and have needed a defensive back to enhance their pass defense. The pass defense was ranked last in the NFL last year, and with the addition of safety Dashon Goldson in free agency earlier this offseason, coupled with this move, they have rectified those concerns.
This team is ready for the draft and will be a strong contender in the NFC South with this trade.