Doug Martin said he is happy to not have to learn a new playbook this offseason.
Buccaneers agreed to terms with RB Doug Martin on a five-year, $35.75 million contract, including $15 million guaranteed.
The Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud reports the Bucs are "nearing a deal" with free agent Doug Martin.
NFL Network's Rand Getlin reports the Raiders are "entering the Doug Martin sweepstakes."
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports "at least six teams" are interested in free agent RB Doug Martin.
The Buccaneers met with Doug Martin's agent on Saturday but were unable to close the gap in contract negotiations.
The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows reports there was "some talk" at the Combine the 49ers are interested in impending free agent RB Doug Martin.
The Tampa Tribune's Roy Cummings reports it is "unlikely" the Bucs use the franchise tag on impending free agent Doug Martin.
The Tampa Tribune reports free agent Doug Martin is considered most likely to sign with someone other than the Bucs on the first day of free agency.
Buc GM Jason Licht said he's "optimistic" the team will be able to re-sign free agent Doug Martin.
Pewter Report's Scott Reynolds reports Bucs GM Jason Licht will sit down with the player rep for free agent Doug Martin at next week's Combine.
Pewter Report's Mark Cook reports there is "almost zero" chance the Bucs use the franchise tag on impending free agent Doug Martin.
The Tampa Bay Times' Greg Auman reports the Bucs will have to pay impending free agent Doug Martin more than $7 million annually to keep him in Tampa Bay.
The Tampa Bay Times reports free agent Doug Martin is looking to "hit the jackpot" after finishing No. 2 in the NFL in rushing, and will hit the open market.