Report: Bucs, DT Derek Landri Agree to Two-Year Deal

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Report: Bucs, DT Derek Landri Agree to Two-Year Deal
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After allowing defensive tackle Roy Miller to get away in free agency, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have found his potential replacement in Derek Landri. Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun reported Saturday that the Bucs agreed to a two-year, $3.25 million contract with Landri, according to a league source. Landri made seven starts at defensive tackle for the Philadelphia Eagles last season and figures to see snaps in Tampa's 4-3 scheme alongside Gerald McCoy.

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