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UPDATE: Leonard Fourntte has signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Ever since Leonard Fournette was waived by the Jacksonville Jaguars on Monday, many have been speculating on where he could end up next.

Two NFL analysts are reporting that the former LSU star could be an option for the New England Patriots and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.



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Never saw the greatness in this guy. Yea, that auburn play, but that was more of the auburn guy not wanting contact. Saw him play Bama twice in person and thought marginal at best.
Reply15 months
He now has Brady. It almost makes me wish I was going to watch any NFL. I will read stats though.
Reply15 months
The Bucs stockpiling talent, I hope they still don't win it all.
Reply15 months
F the Bucs
Reply15 months
Figured the two would be Tampa and New England before I clicked the link. Dude would be AWESOME in New England though. That's where I predict he goes.
Reply15 months
Screw both of those teams.
Reply15 months
Other teams not expressing interest because everyone knows he will be a Patriot
Reply15 months
Patriots always sit around and let guys fall to them for the price they want.
Reply15 months
Was told he would instantly have 25 offers
Reply15 months
Whoever told you that is a moron.
15 months
Everyone on the rant
15 months
Knew one would be New England before clicking the link.
Reply15 months
Either one would be good for him to learn how to act like a pro.
Reply15 months
Would rather see Fournette with the Bucs than the Evil Empire. Sure, he could be Dillon-like in NE, but they have several backs there and he'd likely be a RBBC there. With the Bucs, they really only have R Jones there and LF7 is better than him.
Reply15 months
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