Baker Mayfield unwilling to compromise with Bucs

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers reached an agreement with Mike Evans on Monday, which increased the likelihood of re-signing Baker Mayfield.  

However, this does not imply that the quarterback will reduce the amount of money he is seeking for in order to remain with the Buccaneers.  

Evans has agreed to a contract with the Buccaneers that is worth $52 million over two years.   

Recent statements made by the star wide receiver through his agency indicate that his top desire is to play with a quarterback who is already well-established and to have the opportunity to compete for a championship.   

Mayfield, on the other hand, is still planning to capitalize on the best season of his career. According to Dianna Russini of The Athletic, Mayfield is not willing to provide the Buccaneers with a discount on his contract prices.  

For the first time in his career, Mayfield threw for more than 4,000 yards in the previous season. Meanwhile, he set a new career best with 28 touchdown passes while only committing 10 interceptions.   

The Buccaneers were able to get to the playoffs under his leadership, and they were able to defeat the Philadelphia Eagles in the first round of the playoffs before falling to the Detroit Lions. Currently, it is commonly anticipated that he will be offered a contract that is somewhere in the area of $40 million each season.  

As the deadline for free agency draws near, there are a number of teams that are in need of a quarterback and are reportedly keeping an eye on Mayfield. During discussions with the Buccaneers,  

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