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Bucs turn to on-line sites to find next quarterback

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have broadened their options as they continue to search for a quarterback to replace the recently retired Tom Brady.

“I have my reservations but I think it’s important to explore all available opportunities,” said General Manager Jason Licht as he logged into his new profile. “Besides, it’s not like I’m looking looking. I’m just kind of seeing what’s out there.”

He then sent a message to Kyler Murray asking, ‘u up? what that arm do?’

“We’ve used this app before with mixed results,” said Mike Rivers, Buccaneers Vice President of Online Dating. “It’s how we ended up with Josh Freeman.”

“And the less said about that relationship, the better.”

“It’s like anything else. I’m sure there are some nice guys out there. There has to be, right?” said Licht. “It’s just a matter of spotting the red flags and avoiding them, I guess.”

In spite of a positive, optimistic outlook, Licht was extremely disappointed to notice that Brady hadn’t deleted his profile.

“I thought we had both agreed to move on, but I guess ‘moving on’ means different things to different people,” he said, fighting back tears.

“To be honest, I forgot I even had that. I think it was only on my burner phone,” said Brady. “I’ll get around to deleting it eventually. Although, never say never…”

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1 Comment

  1. Avatar SportsChump on February 24, 2022 at 12:49 pm

    Hey, if it worked for Journey to replace Steve Perry, maybe it’ll be good enough for the Bucs to replace Tom Brady.