Polling the Krewe: Which Under-the-Radar Free Agent Would You Sign?

In the past few weeks, we’ve been putting a lot of attention on Free Agency, and even wrote this masterpiece on who we think will be the most coveted member of the 2013 free agent class.

In our most recent Point/Counterpoint discussion, we tackled the idea of a “sleeper” free agency candidate that we think could very well call Tampa Bay home. We’re talking about a player who isn’t garnering much nationwide attention, but could still come in and perform at a high level at one of the Bucs’ positions of need.

We laid out a few names, and now we want to hear from you. Let us know which selection you most agree with. Got a name that we didn’t talk about? Share it with us in the comments. Fire away!

Which, if any, of the "under-the-radar" free agents mentioned would you most like to see in a Buccaneers uniform?

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One thought on “Polling the Krewe: Which Under-the-Radar Free Agent Would You Sign?

  1. I don’t know enough about Kennan Lewis to select him. We honestly do not need Josh Cribbs, you sign him for what he can do in the return game not his receiver skills. Dustin Keller is what I chose because he can be a long term solution at a position where it hasn’t found the answer in some time.. A player I really would like to see the most is Antoine Cason. He will be cheaper then most cb’s but also, he wasn’t released from San Diego for performance, he just didn’t live up to the high draft pick, he can still play in this league. Also if I remember correctly, last time we signed someone from San Diego, it worked out pretty dang well. Go Tampa

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