It's beginning to look like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be the most-likely team to be featured on this season's "Hard Knocks" on HBO. Evans recorded career-highs in receptions (96), receiving yards (1,321), and tied his career-high in touchdown receptions (12) in 2016.
"The fans would get an inside look at how our team really is", Jason Licht said in comments distributed by the team on Monday. "Excited to see how he does out here in OTAs". He rushed for just 421 yards on 144 carries, battling injuries and a leave from the team late in the year to enter rehab. League rules permit him to participate in the offseason program, training camp and the preseason, but he will miss the first three games of the regular season. The team may not make a decision until his suspension is done. As for now, Martin is with the team and working out, which has to be a positive step for his future in Tampa Bay. "He looks as good as I've seen him since I've been here - from a physical standpoint - and he seems to be in very good spirits". "We've still got a season to prepare for, whether there's a camera watching or not".
That was the season that earned Martin the five-year, $35.75 million contract that he signed before the start of last season, which first began to go south when he tore his right hamstring while running a sweep against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 2.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers may be getting the spotlight this summer on HBO. He'll get the opportunity to showcase the team he has built, which went 9-7 previous year. We will see if that's the case.
"Sure, it can", Licht said.
Rather than doing so, the team seems to be keeping him in its plans for 2017.