Fred Johnson is new reinforcement of the Buccaneers

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers of the NFL reinforced this Monday the offensive line that will protect their quarterback Tom Brady with the hiring of the

The of the reinforced this Monday the offensive line that will protect their quarterback Tom Brady with the hiring of the guard .

Johnson is 24 years old. and was released last week by the AFC champion Cincinnati Bengals. It’s the first move by new coach Todd Bowles, who took control of the team last week following the retirement of Bruce Arians.

Tampa Bay lost its two starting guards for the 2021 season after Ali Marpet’s retirement, after seven seasons, and the departure of Alex Cappa, who emigrated to the Bengals.

Fred Johnson will join Aaron Stinnie, Shaq Mason, Josh Wells and center Ryan Jensen, champion in Super Bowl LV, who two weeks ago renewed a three-year contract with the Bucs; Jensen is vital to making the offense led by quarterback Tom Brady work.

In the 2021 season Brady was sacked 22 timesmaking him one of the least trapped quarterbacks in the league, a strength the Bucs want to keep going into the 2022 season.

In other relevant movements of the free agency of this Monday the PPhiladelphia Eagles and the New Orleans Saints traded rounds for this and future years’ NFL Drafts.

The Eagles received a first-round, a third-round and a seventh-round spot for this year; as well as a second-round pick for 2024, in exchange the Saints will have two first-round picks and one sixth-round pick for the Draft next April 28.

What other NFL teams have been reinforced?

Also this Monday saints they secured the services of safety Justin Evans, who played for the Buccaneers last year, and linebacker Taco Charlton, formerly of the Steelers.

Evans has the experience to play free safety or strong safety, a virtue coach Dennis Allen’s team wants to build on after Marcus Williams’ departure to the Ravens.

The secondary defense of the Saints will also have former Jets player Marcus Mayewho a couple of weeks ago signed a three-year contract in exchange for 28.5 million dollars.

In Carolina, the Phantoms signed former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Chris Westry for the 2022 season.

With Westry, the coach of the ravens, John Harbaugh, wants his secondary defense to remain one of the safest in the NFL. The cornerback will join the work of Donte Jackson and veteran Rashaan Melvin.

The Arizona Cardinals they tied up tight end Stephen Anderson, formerly of the Chargers, and kicker Corey Bojorquez left the Green Bay Packers to sign with the Cleveland Browns.

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