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10 Adam Humphries WR

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Buccaneers' Adam Humphries: Generates 39 all-purpose yards in win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Humphries brought in one of two targets for eight yards, returned one kickoff for 13 yards and ran back three punts for 18 yards in the Buccaneers' 27-21 win over the Eagles on Sunday.

As was the case in Week 1, Humphries was involved as the primary returner and shared third-receiver duties with Chris Godwin. Both Humphries and Godwin played 29 snaps apiece from scrimmage, but the latter saw four more targets overall. Godwin could eventually overtake the fourth-year wideout due to his superior overall talent, but Humphries' crafty work out of the slot should continue affording him some serviceable playing time throughout the season.

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Buccaneers' Adam Humphries: Impressive in preseason win
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Humphries secured all three of his targets for 24 yards in the Buccaneers' 30-14 preseason win over the Titans.

The fourth-year wideout is facing a significant threat to his No. 3 receiver role from second-year man Chris Godwin, who impressed once again Saturday with a difficult touchdown catch in traffic. Humphries logged receptions from both starter Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jameis Winston on Saturday and shared the field with Godwin on occasion, so it appears head coach Dirk Koetter is experimenting with different ways to utilize the talents of both as much as possible once the regular season commences. The Clemson product is also currently slated to serve as the No. 1 punt returner, which would give him additional fantasy utility in formats that factor in return yards. Humphries will look to build on Saturday's effort against the Lions in next Friday's "dress rehearsal" game.

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Buccaneers' Adam Humphries: Could face competition from draft pick
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Humphries, who signed his restricted second-round tender on April 16, could see competition from 2018 fifth-round selection Justin Watson.

Humphries has proven to be a valuable and steady component of a Buccaneers receiving corps that's seen its fair share of injury and instability in recent seasons. The Clemson product has particularly hit his stride over the last two seasons, compiling 116 receptions for 1,253 yards and three touchdowns during that span. However, Watson profiles as a younger and considerably more athletic version (40-inch vertical, 4.42 second 40-yard dash) of the relatively slight Humphries (5-foot-11, 195 pounds). The veteran has an undeniable leg up with respect to experience in head coach Dirk Koetter's system, but Watson will have time to make up ground during mini-camps, training camp and the preseason. The Bucs already had a glut of pass catchers, with Humphries and Watson joined by fellow wideouts Mike Evans, DeSean Jackson and Chris Godwin, plus tight ends Cameron Brate and O.J. Howard (ankle).

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Buccaneers' Adam Humphries: Signs second-round tender
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Humphries has signed his restricted free agent tender, Scott Smith of the Buccaneers' official site reports.

The Bucs gave Humphries a second-round tender for approximately $2.9 million, ensuring he wouldn't get an offer sheets from another team. He was efficient in his slot role the past two seasons, but there is some chance he slips from No. 3 to No. 4 on the depth chart to accommodate 2017 third-round pick Chris Godwin, who had 209 yards over the final two weeks of his rookie season. Mike Evans and DeSean Jackson figure to operate as the starting wideouts, and the Bucs also need to find snaps for both Cameron Brate and O.J. Howard (ankle) at tight end.

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Buccaneers' Adam Humphries: Getting second-round tender
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

The Buccaneers are giving Humphries a second-round tender as a restricted free agent, Pewter Report's Trevor Sikkema reports.

Humphries did good work from the slot the past two seasons, but not to an extent that would encourage any team to surrender a second-round pick for the right to give him a multi-year contract. He would make for a decent trade target given his one-year, $2.9 million RFA contract, with a deal then opening up a spot in three-wide sets for 2017 third-round pick Chris Godwin, who caught 10 passes for 209 yards and a touchdown over the final two weeks of last season. The Bucs might also consider trading DeSean Jackson to free up the logjam of pass catchers.

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2015Tampa Bay Buccaneers130272609.62711018
2016Tampa Bay Buccaneers1545562211.34227227
2017Tampa Bay Buccaneers1636163110.34315134
2018Tampa Bay Buccaneers42131017.8200105
2015Tampa Bay Buccaneers13000---0000
2016Tampa Bay Buccaneers1545183.68000
2017Tampa Bay Buccaneers163166.06001
2018Tampa Bay Buccaneers42144.04000
Kick Returns
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2016Tampa Bay Buccaneers1544711.81700
2017Tampa Bay Buccaneers1600---000
2018Tampa Bay Buccaneers42178.51300
Punt Returns
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2015Tampa Bay Buccaneers13000---000
2016Tampa Bay Buccaneers1524222379.92502
2017Tampa Bay Buccaneers1667498.21900
2018Tampa Bay Buccaneers452357.01600
Defensive Stats
YearTeamGTotalTklAstSacksIntYdsAvgLgTDPass Def
2015Tampa Bay Buccaneers1321.010000.0000
2016Tampa Bay Buccaneers1500.000000.0000
2017Tampa Bay Buccaneers1655.000000.0000
2018Tampa Bay Buccaneers400.000000.0000
YearTeamGFumLostFum ForcedOwn RecOpp RecYdsTot RecTD
2015Tampa Bay Buccaneers1300000000
2016Tampa Bay Buccaneers1530020020
2017Tampa Bay Buccaneers1611100000
2018Tampa Bay Buccaneers400000000

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