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Ryan Fitzpatrick agrees to deal with Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Newsday Friday, 19 May 2017
No. 14 has officially moved on to team No. 7.
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News video: Bucs sign veteran QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to back up Winston

Bucs sign veteran QB Ryan Fitzpatrick to back up Winston 00:51

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to terms with veteran quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Buccaneers will be Fitzpatrick's seventh NFL team as he is expected to back up Jameis Winston.

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