Bucs keep another free agent, giving Ryan Succop a three-year deal

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The Bucs are doing their best to keep the entire band together.

Kicker Ryan Succop is the latest to agree to return to Tampa. He will sign a three-year, $12 million deal with $6.25 million guaranteed, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

Succop, 34, will see $8.25 million over the first two years.

He solved the Bucs’ longtime kicking woes in his first season in Tampa, making 28-of-30 field goals with a long of 50 yards and converting on 52-of-57 extra points.

The Bucs arguably have had the best offseason of any team, keeping many of their free agents for a chance to repeat as Super Bowl champions.

They used the franchise tag on receiver Chris Godwin and re-signed tight end Rob Gronkowski, linebacker Lavonte David and edge rusher Shaq Barrett. Running back Leonard Fournette and receiver Antonio Brown are the last remaining big-name free agents from their Super Bowl roster.

Bucs keep another free agent, giving Ryan Succop a three-year deal originally appeared on Pro Football Talk