April 12, 2021

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Riddle’s Rundown: Should the Bucs take a QB in the upcoming draft?

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For the next two years, the Bucs are set at QB when they managed to ink Tom Brady to a two-year deal. Well, what happens after those two years? Brady will be 45 in two years and will most likely be looking at retirement.

So what’s the plan? What can the Bucs do to keep QB play consistent after Brady leaves? One thing they can do is start looking at QBs in this draft, so the rookie QB can learn under Tom Brady for a year or two before he plays his first snap.

Several QBs will be available after the first day. Jacob Eason could drop out of the first round, and a proven winner like Jake Fromm may still be there in round 3. Let’s also not forget about Jalen Hurts, who shined at the combine and improved his draft stock. He may go as high as the second round. The Bucs could decide to go free agency in the future, but it would be best to take a younger QB that can be groomed into Arians’ system. Arians has said he loves Eason’s arm strength and Fromm’s leadership, so don’t be surprised if one of them is wearing a Buccaneer jersey in the near future.

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