The Buccaneers launched a veteran kicker


A Tampa Bay Buccaneers helmet is seen on the field in front of Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Los Angeles Ramsat Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on September 29, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers can be very completely different within the 2023 season than they’ve been in recent times.

In fact, quarterback Tom Brady has retired (once more) and the workforce has determined to take a flyer on Baker Mayfield, who will exchange Brady underneath middle and have another probability to resurrect what as soon as seemed like a promising profession.

Operating again Leonard Fournette has been launched and Chase Edmonds, who spent the second half of final season with the Miami Dolphins, will take his place within the backfield.

The Bucs additionally parted methods with veteran kicker Ryan Succop, who spent his remaining three years with them.

Succop started his skilled profession because the final participant chosen within the 2009 NFL Draft.

Nevertheless, he made 86.2% of his subject objective makes an attempt throughout his rookie season, which tied the league file for greatest subject objective accuracy by a rookie.

He spent his first 5 seasons with the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs, and all through that point he did not miss a single further run try.

Succop joined the Tennessee Titans for the 2014 marketing campaign, the place he once more was excellent on further kicks whereas changing 86.4% of his subject objective tries.

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Two years later, he set his career-high subject objective accuracy of 91.7%.

In his first season in Tampa Bay, Succop secured himself a Tremendous Bowl ring, making him the primary “Mr. Irrelevant” to take action and even seem in a Tremendous Bowl.

Final season, the 36-year-old transformed 81.6% of his subject objective makes an attempt.

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