Cameron Brate re-signs with Buccaneers for six years, $41 million

Cameron Brate re-signs with Buccaneers for six years, $41 million

The Buccaneers have locked up tight end Cameron Brate with a whopping six-year, $41 million contract, ESPN reported Monday, citing an unidentified league source. According to reports, the deal is worth $40.8 million with $18 million guaranteed. Meanwhile, Humphries finished his 2017 campaign second on the team with 61 receptions for 631 yards and one touchdown in a solid campaign alongside the Bucs' young and talented receiving corps.

Besides retaining the former undrafted free agent, the Buccaneers reportedly re-signed veteran cornerback Brent Grimes. Based on the money he's landed in this new deal, fantasy owners should take note he'll be heavily targeted in the years to come. Brate's contract follows Mike Evans' huge extension last week, but the tight end may continue to yield snaps to 2017 first-round pick O.J. Howard (ankle) over the course of this new deal.

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Grimes, who turns 35 in July, has been the Bucs' best defensive back in the past two seasons with seven interceptions and 35 pass breakups during that stretch.