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05:40  21 may  2019
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Gerald McCoy's time in Tampa is over as the defensive tackle and team decided to part ways. We can reflect about McCoy's past in Tampa or we can do the more fun thing and make some random guesses where he ends up. There are few factors when making an educated choice here: is the team a Super Bowl contender? Do they have cap space? Would McCoy take a discount to go to that team? Let's rank the options for McCoy.

Indianapolis Colts

The Colts have a chance to win the AFC. They have $58 million in cap space according to OverTheCap. Their best interior defensive lineman looks to be Margus Hunt. The Colts could definitely find a spot for McCoy as they make a run at a title.

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San Francisco 49ers

The Niners have a bunch of young talent and spent a ton of draft capital on their defensive front over the past few years. It hasn't got the team where it needs to be. Now they could bring on McCoy to make a playoff push. It's time to put up or shut up for the Niners who have been up and coming for two seasons now. McCoy could provide veteran leadership and an interior pass rush against the Rams and Seahawks. It helps that San Francisco has $35 million in cap space.

Cleveland Browns

Because why not? The Browns are signing or trading for every other big-name or it at least feels like they are in the conversation. McCoy could provide veteran leadership to the defensive front and if they paid him with Myles Garrett, offensive lines will have fits stopping them.

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New York Jets. The Jets have over million in cap space. They were supposedly tanking to get the quarterback of the future, but now Cousins will be on The Vikings have three quarterbacks hitting the free agent market at the same time according to SpoTrac. Sure, they could sign any of the three free

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Buffalo Bills

The Bills do not fit the criteria of a team looking to make a long playoff run, but they have cap space and McCoy would be a great tutor for Ed Oliver.

Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks went from having no draft capital and no money to spend in free agency to $25 million available.

Philadelphia Eagles

This would be a very Eagles move. Trade Michael Bennett and then use McCoy as an interior pass rusher next to Fletcher Cox.

New England Patriots

Because the Patriots have to be on any list where it involves a veteran free agent who wants to ring chase.


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Revenge appears to be a factor in why Gerald McCoy took less guaranteed money to sign with the Carolina Panthers. McCoy, a six-time Pro Bowler, was released by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers late last month. Given his status as one of the best defensive tackles in the NFL, McCoy had no shortage of suitors for his services. The Baltimore Ravens brought McCoy in for a visit and reportedly offered him a one-year deal. McCoy signed with the Panthers, on a deal that reportedly contained less guaranteed money than Baltimore offered. Being in the same division as the Buccaneers and the opportunity to play against them twice next season appears to be a reason McCoy is now a Panther.

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