Tampa Bay Buccaneers Linebacker Wants To Retire With Team

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have been one of the best teams in the NFL over the past few seasons, and while it hasn't always been that way, the team certainly have some talented players that have remained loyal to the organization over the years.

One player in particular that wants to show his loyalty is linebacker Lavonte David, who has declared he wants to finish his career in Tampa Bay, playing for the only team he's ever known after being drafted by the Buccaneers back in 2012, No. 58 overall.

Over that time, David has played in 166 games, racking up 1,346 tackles, 29 sacks, 56 passes defended, 12 Interceptions, 27 forced fumbles and 18 recoveries, while holding several Buccaneers records, including most fumble recoveries in a career, so it makes sense that he wants it to end in Tampa Bay, whenever that end comes. 

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