Now that the Buccaneers have found their quarterback of right now, they have to be looking ahead for the quarterback of the future.  General manager Jason Licht admitted that the team will be looking at drafting their quarterback of the future.

With Brady signed to a two-year deal that will take him to the age of 45, they don’t have to just draft a quarterback to draft a quarterback.  They have this draft and next year’s draft to find one and taking their time is exactly what they plan to do.

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