• Anthony Collins weighing Bucs, Bengals, Panthers offers

    Summary of 8 articles · Updated Mar 14, 2014
    According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, Collins is weighing offers from the Bucs and the Panthers in addition to the Bengals, and all three have “comparable money.” Offensive tackle Anthony Collins also left Cincinnati to sign with the Bucs. “I’ve been waiting for six years.’’ Collins caught the attention of the Bucs with what he did last season. Collins has been one of the Bengals’ top reserve tackles for six seasons, starting 25 games in that span. But Collins hasn’t followed a natural path to g...
    • Double Coverage: Johnson and Collins

      Each week during the regular season you saw ESPN's NFL Nation reporters team up for "Double Coverage," a back-and-forth midweek banter about the biggest storylines going on ahead of that weekend's games. There may not be any games right now, b…
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    • Anthony Collins ready to protect blind side

      TAMPA, Fla. – At a news conference to introduce the Buccaneers' two newest players, Anthony Collins was seated to Josh McCown's left. That was more than appropriate because that’s where Collins will be spending much of his time. Continuing with their fu…
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    • Losing Collins gives Bengals stability

      CINCINNATI -- At long last, resolution has come to the Anthony Collins free agency saga, effectively ending the Cincinnati Bengals' pursuit of their top two unrestricted free agents. Collins has signed a five-year deal, worth $30 million with the Tampa …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • It’s official: Bucs’ bucks lure Collins

      Anthony Collins bolted for Tampa and a five-year deal. Now both of the Bengals’ “elite” unrestricted free agents are gone, and both are headed to Tampa Bay. Two days after defensive end Michael Johnson signed a mega-deal with the Buccaneers, left tackle…
    • Source: Bucs stay busy, land tackle Collins

      The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have reached an agreement with former Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Anthony Collins on a five-year deal worth $30 million, including $15 million guaranteed, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Buccaneers reach five-year deal with Anthony Collins

      The Buccaneers continue to be active in free agency. The club’s website reported Thursday that the team has reached a five-year contract agreement with Bengals offensive tackle Anthony Collins. Collins (6-5, 315) has been one of the Bengals’ top reserve…

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