They made moves throughout the 2022 NFL Draft to increase their roster’s depth, while also keeping an eye on the wage gap. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers startled everyone by spending a fourth-round choice on Georgia punter Jake Camarda.
Pinion won a Super Bowl in 2020 with the team, but it became clear that the team was ready to let him go after this weekend. As of June 22, the Buccaneers had released Pinion.
The Buccaneers were able to get rid of his $2.9 million salaries while bringing in a promising young player with a proven track record of success at the top levels of college football. 2021 saw Camarda punt for an average of 46.7 yards per punt with 17 of those kicks landing inside the 20-yard line and six touchbacks. First-team All-SEC honors were bestowed to him for his outstanding contribution to the Bulldogs’ national championship run.
The veteran punter was quickly signed by a news organization. This past week, Pinion signed a one-year agreement with the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons will give him another chance to establish himself, and he’ll also have two chances to beat Tampa Bay this season.
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