Chris Godwin wants to stay in Tampa and hopes to reach a long-term agreement with them. He may not have both.
The pirate wanted to keep Godwin.
The best way for Bucs to retain recipients is to apply privileged tags.
“Yes, I mean, my observation method is like a lot of people,” Godwin told NFL Media’s MJ Acosta. “Obviously, we all want long-term security; each of us wants to be able to take care of the people we love. So this is the ideal situation. But, you know, franchise labels are not something I can control. If that were The reason why I stay here is the fact. Then I will continue to play and fight with my guys. Like I said, I like this place in Tampa. I love the buildings we have and want to stay Come down.”
The team must designate franchise players before March 9. Last year, Bucs tagged stealer Shaquil Barrett, and may tag him again this year.
Godwin (Godwin) is the third round of 2019 selection, he vowed on Wednesday not to spend a few dollars for himself into a miserable situation. However, if Bucs did not label him, Godwin might make more money elsewhere.
The 25-year-old Godwin made $4.65 million in his rookie deal. By 2021, the recipient’s concession label is $16.4 million.