(AUDIO) The Bucs Moving Darrelle Revis Shows They Are Looking Towards the Future

Fox Sports Senior NFL Writer Alex Marvez joined Booger and Rich to talk about what he’s hearing from One Buc regarding the possible trade or release of Darrelle Revis.

Marvez said that today isn’t a great day for Bucs fans because they could be losing a premier corner but we have to realize that Jason Licht and Lovie Smtih know what they’re going to do with this team and have a plan in mind.

Overall Marvez like the move but he wants to see the Buccaneers use that money to fill needs in free agency. They’ll also have to make sure they fill the corner position they’ll open up by trading or cutting him.

This move according to Marvez shows that the Bucs are looking not only to the 2014 season but beyond that. The team will have resign it’s young stars like Gerald McCoy in the near future and that available money can help ensure that those deals get done.

The Bucs have reportedly been interested in bolstering their offensive line and Marvez believes that former Bengals left tackle Anthony Collins could end up leaving Cincinnati for Tampa Bay meaning Donald Penn would likely be cut.

To Marvez, it appears that Lovie Smith and Jason Licht don’t like what the former regime did with personnel moves and he expects them to continue to bring in their own players.


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