Tampa, Florida – The Tampa Bay Pirates have re-signed them Giovanni Bernard A source told ESPN on Friday, confirming several reports.
A source told ESPN that the deal is for veteran salary benefits, which come in at $1.12 million for Bernard’s nine years of service in the league, plus a signing bonus of $152,500, while the maximum salary comes in at just under $1.05 million.
Bernard played on a one-year deal with the Bucs last season as well, where he played as the third linebacker. In 12 games, Bernard rushed for 58 yards in eight rounds, but contributed 23 receptions for 123 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Bernard suffered thigh and knee injuries last season that sent him into the injured reserve, but was reactivated ahead of the Bucs’ NFC tag playoff game against the Philadelphia Eagles. In the postseason, he rushed for 44 yards on 13 stands with a touchdown, and had five catches for 39 yards.
With Leonard Fortnite Like a captain running backwards and Kishon Phone Expected to back him up, Bernard’s primary duties will once again be as a third-placed passer for the midfield. Tom Brady. The move doesn’t stop the Bucs from drafting a comeback to compete for that role either, because they’ve done important homework in the field.
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