Arguably the topic that has gotten the most attention since the end of the 2018 season is whether or not Gerald McCoy will be on the field for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2019.
After the team barely addressed the defensive line in the draft, you got the drift that the Buccaneers would like to keep McCoy, maybe not at $13-million, but they still wanted him on the team.
With Jason Pierre-Paul’s status still in question, I have a hard time seeing McCoy not being a Buccaneer next year and Bruce Arians named him the starting three-technique for this football team.
JoeBucsFan.com had the first post about the interview, but Arians basically stated that he doesn’t mind that McCoy didn’t show up to the offseason workouts and reiterated that he will be playing in their defense.
Cue the circus music ... ... After The Draft, Bruce Arians Said Gerald McCoy “Is Going To Play 3-technique In Our Defense” https://t.co/GN8X48MKnJ— JoeBucsFan (@JoeBucsFan) May 9, 2019
Another turn in the roller coaster of an off-season for Gerald and the Buccaneers