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Leonard Fournette is staying in Tampa Bay.

The former LSU star running back has reportedly signed a three-year, $21 million deal with $11 million guaranteed, according to multiple sources. Per ESPN:


Running back Leonard Fournette, who spent Monday visiting with the New England Patriots, is re-signing with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a three-year, $21 million deal, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter on Tuesday.

The deal includes $11 million guaranteed, sources told ESPN's Jenna Laine, and it could reach $24 million with incentives.

Fournette ranked sixth among all NFL running backs with 1,266 yards from scrimmage, averaging a career-best 4.5 yards per carry, when the Bucs placed him on injured reserve with a hamstring injury after Week 15. He missed the wild-card game and returned for the Bucs' divisional-round loss to the Los Angeles Rams.
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Even though he is aging, that horse still has NFL wheels. Glad to hear his work paid off
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Good for him. Geaux get em. Can't wait for playoff Lenny!
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