Former Buc Gerald McCoy ‘misses the game he loves’

Former Buc Gerald McCoy ‘misses the game he loves’

But his recovery has gone well and he is waiting to land with another NFL team in 2021. On Monday, the 33-year-old McCoy took to Twitter to display his desire to play. “Missing the game!! Plenty of more work to be done but man really got that itch,” he tweeted. “…This league is full of so many gifted players. Can’t wait to be a part of it again. One day at a time!!!”

Former Buc Gerald McCoy ‘misses the game he loves’ McCoy, the No. 3 overall pick of the Bucs in 2010 out of Oklahoma, was named to six Pro Bowls during his nine seasons in Tampa.

— Gerald McCoy (@Geraldini93) April 12, 2021 The Bucs, meanwhile, replaced McCoy with Ndamukong Suh, who just signed his third consecutive one-year contract with Tampa Bay.

When Bruce Arians arrived as head coach in 2019, the Bucs and McCoy mutually agreed to part ways. He signed a one-year, $8 million contract with the Carolina Panthers. Missing the game!! Plenty of more work to be done but man really got that itch……… @NFL Preciate that NFL replay. Been able to watch a lot of film. This league is full of so many gifted players. Can’t wait to be apart of it again. One day at a time!! 🙏🏾

McCoy signed with the Cowboys but never had a chance to play for Dallas after the quad injury. Agent Ben Dogra said McCoy’s rehab has gone well and it likely will be after the NFL draft, which begins April 29, before he signs with a team.

“He will be back. He just misses the game he loves.” While McCoy has earned more than $121 million during his career, he’s still motivated to return to the league. Despite his celebrated career, he has never been part of a playoff team — much like Bucs linebacker Lavonte David until he won Super Bowl 55.

McCoy said last month that he would welcome a return to the Bucs, but that seems impossible since the re-signing of Suh. While McCoy has earned more than $121 million during his career, he’s still motivated to return to the league. Despite his celebrated career, he has never been part of a playoff team — much like Bucs linebacker Lavonte David until he won Super Bowl 55.

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