According to Tampa Bay Times’ Rick Stroud, Bucks signed his first round pick outside linebacker Joe Tryon. This is a 4-year contract with a 5th year team option, as with all 1st round draft topics. Stroud further reports that the deal is worth $ 11,171,244 and the deal is just under $ 5.5 million.
Buccane signs a four-year contract with Joe Tryon for a fifth-year option
— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) June 22, 2021
The Trion was chosen by Bucks on the 32nd pick in the first round of the NFL Draft. He played college football in Washington and had 41 tackles, 12.5 tackles and 8 sackles in the top-level season of 2019. He hasn’t played the game for over a year because he opted out of the college football season last year.
Shaq Barrett and Jason Pierre-Paul are already in the first role as an external linebacker, but Tryon still has a chance. He can compete with Anthony Nelson for a third string at the edge and get some chances in the right circumstances of the game. Trions are also expected to play a major role in special teams. Buccane is focusing on that unit as it is aiming for two this offseason.
I had to wait a little longer to see Tryon debut in Bucks jersey this offseason. He hadn’t passed his body yet, so he was out of the rookie mini camp and OTA. Put his knees in the scope. He returned to the mandatory mini camp and fully participated in the training, so he didn’t have to worry. When Buccane launches a training camp in late July, he must be fully attended in the training camp.
After the Trion’s signature, there is only one player left from the 2021 draft class who has not yet signed a contract. The only Buc who hasn’t signed with the team is Ryan Hainsey, an aggressive lineman chosen in the third round.
– NFL Sports
Trion signs new contract with Bucks a month after training camp
https://www.pewterreport.com/bucs-sign-first-round-pick-tryon/ Trion signs new contract with Bucks a month after training camp