With Tom Brady back in the fold, Ryan Jensen wasted little time re-committing to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Pro Bowl center has agreed to a three-year deal with the Buccaneers, according to a tweet from agent Mike McCartney on Sunday night. The contract reportedly is for $39 million and includes $23 million in guaranteed money.
Brady announced earlier in the day that he is coming out of retirement to play a third season for Tampa Bay. The legendary quarterback will continue to benefit from playing behind Jensen, who made his first Pro Bowl this past season.
Jensen, 30, was originally a sixth-round pick of Tampa Bay in 2013. He helped Brady and the Bucs win the Super Bowl after the 2020 season.