Kyler Murray landing spot #1: Tampa Bay Buccaneers
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers won themselves a Super Bowl in the first year they had Tom Brady.
In year two, they made a dramatic comeback against the Los Angeles Rams in the playoffs but fell just short.
Now, Tom Brady has retired. He’s finally done with the NFL after 222 — sorry, 22 — seasons.
At this particular point in time, you can’t really justify trading Kyler Murray to the Buccaneers, but again, his cryptic decision to unfollow all of the Cardinals social media and then post a video of Mike Evans catching this touchdown pass in the Pro Bowl?
It makes you wonder what those two discussed at the Pro Bowl.
Bruce Arians and Byron Leftwich are coming back to the Bucs, but it remains to be seen who else is coming back with them. The Bucs have an outstanding defense, but their list of impending unrestricted free agents is extensive and includes Chris Godwin, who is coming off of a major knee injury.
Will the Bucs bring Godwin back?
If Kyler Murray becomes available, the Bucs are undoubtedly a team that should inquire about his availability.