Julio Jones signs a one-year contract with the Buccaneers: Source

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Julio Jones signs a one-year contract with the Buccaneers: Source

As the team enters camp with 14 players on the roster, the Bucs will need to make decisions on some of their young receivers as Jones joins the squad.

According to Schefter, Jones joined the Buccaneers because he wanted to compete for a Super Bowl with the player who prevented him from doing so in Atlanta.


With Jones' addition, the Buccaneers now own perhaps the National Football League's best wide receiving group. Mike Evans and Chris Godwin were already two of the Bucs' top receivers, while Russell Gage was later signed in the summer. Brady has four Pro Bowl-caliber receivers to pick from when throwing to the Bucs thanks to Jones.


Jones' performance has decreased recently; in the last two years, he has played in just 19 games for Atlanta and Tennessee. He caught 31 passes for 434 yards in 10 games with the Titans the previous season. In 2020 in Atlanta, he recorded 51 catches for 771 receiving yards.


However, Jones gives Brady another strong, dependable receiver to help advance the ball down the field if he can stay healthy.

Tampa, Florida The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have added wide receiver Julio Jones, a seven-time Pro Bowler, as a significant target for future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady.


The former All-Pro receiver will sign a one-year deal with the Bucs, as Adam Schefter of ESPN first reported.

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