The terms are yet to be
disclosed (2 years 6 million dollar contract, 2 million guarenteed), but former RB Warrick Dunn, who was recently released by the Falcons this off-season, has signed a contract to return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers reports Stephen Holder of the St. Pete Times. Warrick Dunn on his return:
LB Derrick Brooks lobbied the front office to bring Warrick Dunn back. I'm glad Dunn's back. He's obviously not a starting Running Back and probably won't see much playing time, but he is a huge character guy and it appears Allen and Company may be shedding the team of reckless characters, i.e. Jerramy Stevens types.
I guess this signing squashes any potential signing of Seattle's soon to be released RB Shaun Alexander. With Earnest Graham, Michael Bennett, Warrick Dunn, Kenneth Darby, and an injured Cadillac Williams on the roster; one would expect the Bucs to avoid Drafting a Running Back this April and for all intents and purposes should no longer be in the market for a Free Agent Running Back....
Welcome Back Warrick!!