The Buccaneers will be in an odd position as a result of Rob Gronkowski's decision to retire. Gronk is still one of the finest tight
ends in the league, but his ailments and high price tag last season added to the team's burden. Now that the Bucs won't have to
pay to bring Gronk back, they should have enough cap space to make another signing or two. If the Buccaneers really want to make the
most of Tom Brady's final season and move on from Gronk, they should look for another Hall of Fame pass-catcher to fill the
vacuum. The Buccaneers appear to be on the verge of making a comeback. Jones, the Buccaneers, and Brady have an
unusual connection. The GOAT clearly wants as many weapons as possible, and he has already expressed interest in Jones, but the
funds weren't there at the time. Tampa Bay had already spent a lot of money on wide receivers, so adding Gronk to the mix
would put the offence over the over financially. Rather than signing Gronk to a big contract, Tampa will likely go after a cheaper tight
end to pair with Cameron Brate at the top, which should leave enough money in the budget to appease the sceptics about Jones' signing.
Jones possesses the size, talent, and athleticism to be one of the NFL's greatest third or fourth wide receivers.