Cameron Brate receives 6-year contract extension

by Mike Tagliere | Buccaneers Correspondent | Mon, Mar 12th 2:36pm EDT

ESPN's Jenna Laine is reporting that the Buccaneers have come to an agreement on a contract extension with tight end Cameron Brate worth $41 million over six years, with $18 million guaranteed. (Jenna Laine on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact:

This seems expensive for a team who drafted O.J. Howard with the 19th overall pick in the draft last year. Brate has been a massive part of their offense over the last two years, hauling in 105 passes for 1,251 yards and 14 touchdowns. It seemed the Bucs were transitioning to Howard down the stretch, as Brate saw just 29 targets over the final seven games of the season. The Bucs have tons of playmakers on their offense, limiting the upside of each player individually. If there's anyone's stock who improved by this move, it's Jameis Winston.

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