Tight end Cameron Brate has agreed to restructure his current contract with the Buccaneers.
The move, reported by Greg Auman of The Athletic, creates a little bit of breathing room for Tampa Bay in terms of their remaining salary cap.
Bucs have restructured the contract of tight end Cameron Brate to keep him in Tampa. He was due to make $6 million in 2020, and $4m of that would have been guaranteed today. 27 TDs in last five years, and a key target for Tom Brady this fall. Details to come.— Greg Auman (@gregauman) March 22, 2020
As Auman points out, the details are not yet known but once they are, we’ll be sure to pass those along.
The team also reportedly is bringing back safety Andrew Adams.
Safety Andrew Adams, back with Bucs on a one-year deal, is 27 and started 11 games last year after joining the team in September. Had 21 tackles, one INT last year. Best known for picking off Cam Newton three times in a 2018 Bucs win. Can compete for starting job again in 2020.— Greg Auman (@gregauman) March 22, 2020