TAMPA, Fla. (FOX 13) - Three big names won’t be back with the Buccaneers next season. Kwon Alexander, Adam Humphries, and DeSean Jackson are all salary cap casualties as the NFL free agency window opens.
Alexander was the heartbeat of the defense, but the Bucs will need a heart transplant because kwon struck a major deal: Four years at $54-million with the 49ers, 27 of that guaranteed. That’s a steep price for a guy coming off an ACL injury.
Adam Humphries was Mr. Consistent for the Bucs, but he's now making $9-million a year with the Tennessee Titans, hopping on board for four years.
Jackson, though not a free agent, was expensive, never meshed with Jameis Winston, and didn’t want to be here anymore. He was traded to the Eagles for a sixth-round pick.