According to Luke Easterling of DraftBreakdown.com, the Bucs are bringing back cornerback Mike Jenkins on a one-year deal.
Jenkins signed a 1-year deal with the Bucs last off-season worth $1.5 million. I would expect the money to be similar for the 2015 season.
The former USF standout was a starter in the Bucs 1st game of the season against the Carolina Panthers. Following that game, Jenkins was placed on injured reserve with a torn pectoral muscle.
The Bucs are likely bringing Jenkins back as a 3rd outside cornerback, and not a "nickel/slot" cornerback. I anticipate the Bucs still being on the search for that specialized position this off-season, although it is not one of their more glaring needs.
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