2012 NFL Free Agency: Bucs Dream Team Jackson and Finnegan May Be Out

Originally published on Bucs Nation

Last week, Tampa Bay sports radio waves were all sent a flutter when Yahoo Sports Jason Cole reported that Titans free agent cornerback Cortland Finnegan was actively recruiting fellow top rated free agency WR Vincent Jackson to join Tampa Bay.

Apparently, something has drastically changed.

You have to wonder if the Bucs are taking a more economical approach. Would Finnegan and Jackson be a better combo than Lofton, Nicks, Garcon and Brandon Carr?

Finnegan was said to be an $11 million dollar player, Jackson is hoping to be in the $12 million range.

Stay tuned to Bucs Nation as we will have a Free Agency open thread opening shortly.

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