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7 months agoTampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate, who had offseason hip surgery to replace a torn labrum, is running and catching the ball without pain. He will likely be cleared for training camp but is expected to miss organized team activities and the mandatory minicamp in June. Because of poor health, Brate had only 30 catches for 289 yards and six touchdowns after two seasons where he averaged 52 catches and 625 yards. The labrum injury was actually suffered in 2017, and Brate tried to play through it last year. Most of his production came late in the year with O.J. Howard on Injured Reserve. While Brate is a great red-zone target in this offense, Howard will overshadow him in production if he stays healthy. Brate will be a touchdown-dependent TE2. Head coach Bruce Arians' offenses typically only feature one pass-catching tight end as well.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: Pewter Report - Scott Reynolds
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