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Former Clemson tough end abandoned by Bucs




Leggett is likely to be picked up by another NFL team (Photo: Douglas Defelice / USATODAY)

Leggett is likely to be picked up by another NFL team (Photo: Douglas Defelice / USATODAY)

Representatives of Tampa Bay Buccaneers announced on Thursday that they would abandon the fourth year’s harsh end
Jordan Leggettas.

Rob Gronkovsky, OL Howard and Cameron Brate are the leaders in the strict final position of the game time.

Leggett was part of the team, but didn’t record a moment last season. His best season was 2018, which featured 15 games and four starts – 14 catches for 114 yards and a TD.

He was a former fifth-round bill from Clemson and was expected to earn $ 825,000 in 2020.



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