Tampa Bay Buccaneers Sign Former Seahawks Safety

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers off-season has been a whirlwind thus far, with Tom Brady officially announcing his retirement, as well as several Super Bowl winning veterans being released, but in the past few weeks, they've made some solid moves in order to compete in the NFC South in 2023. 

On Tuesday, they made perhaps the biggest move of their off-season, when they came to agreement on a one-year deal with former Seattle Seahawks safety Ryan Neal, who will slot in as their starting safety immediately. 

The 27-year old has four years of experience in the NFL under his belt, and after Tampa Bay lost one of their starting safeties last off-season, this is a great move for them, and if the team can stay healthy, the NFC South crown is certainly within reach. 

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